The Dumpster Diaries

 

Brave student Sharri Lembryk discovers the true meaning of the 'waste not, want not' mantra while dumpster diving.

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Science to act local

 

Presenting at this year's WOMADelaide Planet Talks, Emily Johnston explains how science will take the 'think global, act local' mantra to a new level.

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I haven't made any trash in 2 years

 

A former sustainability manager and blogger from New York City talks about her commitment to a Zero Waste lifestyle why and how she learned to make all of her everyday products organically and simply.

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You say you want a revolution?

 

Musician Tim Hollo explains why he thinks the music industry can do more to help change the world.

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Bee Wrangling

 

Katrina Lezaic finds out how to start your own beehive in a very steep learning curve, and shares the mistakes she made along the way so you can avoid them.

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Yes, aerosol’s can be recycled!

 

Aerosol recycling-expert Phillip Fleming is frustrated that Aussies only recycle 40 per cent of their empty aerosol cans.

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Tips for your haven

 

Green Lifestyle's editor Caitlin Howlett lets you know what you can look forward to over the next month on our site; the best advice in home, garden, & style!

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Multi-generational living

 

Mother and building designer Chi Lu explains the sustainability, social, and cost benefits of living in their carefully-designed, large family home that spans a few generations.

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10 tips to choose a worthy charity

 

We all know that giving to charity is important, but with so many worthy charities, how can you choose? Kimi Anderson, the founder of TravelGiver, gives the best advice for sharing your hard-earned cash.

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Why we should stop investing in fossil fuels

 

Australia has said goodbye to a carbon price, so Simon Sheikh says our best option for climate change is to take action into our own hands by moving our personal investments out of fossil fuels.

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