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Five ways to stop food waste at home
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Five ways to stop food waste at home

It’s no secret that the amount of food we waste is mind-blowing.

Are green bags really better for the environment?

As a nation, we're making progress towards ditching single-use plastic bags for good. But could it be the case that the bags we've used to replace them are doing even more harm to the environment?

Where do our recycled products really go?

Over 90 per cent of Australians believe recycling is the right thing to do. Per person, recycling is increasing faster than the generation of waste, but are our well-meaning efforts worth it? And where do the products and packaging we responsibly dispose of end up?

A beginner's guide to beekeeping

Stewarding honeybees bees is something everyone can do. Here's how to get started at home.

The buried treasures in your home you should sell online

With Aussie households standing to make $4,200 from their unwanted items, it could be worth digging through your junk cupboard to uncover buried treasures.

5 recycling programs you may not know about

We’ve rounded up five amazing programs around Australia that can help you help the planet with ease.

Why giving back is good for your health

Expect to feel a whole host of health and wellbeing benefits when you practise charitable behaviour.

How to use up all your fruit and veggie scraps

We discard our tops and tails, peel and seeds without giving it a second thought, but did you know that most vegetable and fruit scraps can be given a second life?

How to make a worm farm

Great for your garden and the environment, worms farms are a win-win for any family. Here's how to make a DIY worm farm at home.

8 ways to avoid taking Coles up on their offer of free plastic bags

Coles has announced they'll continue to give away free plastic bags for an extended period of time while customers make the transition to reusable bags: here are eight ways to avoid taking them up on their offer.

Here’s what happened when I went plastic-free

With plastic bags finally banned from major supermarkets across Australia and calls for further bans in single-use plastic on the horizon, Emily Dufton wanted to see how a world without plastic might look.