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    Climate campaigners often worry that Malaria will spread due to increased temperature. So far, there’s little evidence of the effect of temperature, citing other factors. Plus there appears...
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    Urban parks are one of the most important components of a healthy and livable city. Not only do they sequester carbon and provide respite from the concrete jungle, but parks are also great cultural...
  •   Israel-based Bkeeper - motto: "the art of saving bees" - takes old beehives and turns them into eclectic furniture and design for the home. According to the founder, Hagar Pundak, upcycling...
  • While the rest of us watched in horror as tens of thousands died in the tsunamis of 2004 and 2011, two Seattle aerospace designers felt compelled to design a shelter that could protect people...
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  • The Australian Carbon tax is no more
     Updated: Fri, 18 Jul 14, 8:04pm
    Yesterday in the Senate the Carbon Tax was removed. This was a great victory for common sense as concerns realistic environmental policy. The Carbon Tax in Australia is gone - hurrah!
    Now, you may...
  • Dueling Climate Reports
     Updated: Mon, 21 Apr 14, 7:13pm
    In the interests of free speech I'm reposting this article so it gets better exposure. Guest essay by Dr. Craig D. Idso

    The release of a United Nations (UN) climate change report last week energized...

  • Second hand building materials
     Updated: Sat, 25 Jan 14, 9:53am
    Second hand building materials offer an excellent way to reduce environmental impact, we show you how. Houses and buildings are constantly being demolished and rebuilt all the time. This creates a large amount...
  • Climate Council, represents who?
     Updated: Tue, 24 Sep 13, 7:03am
    The Climate Commission is being reformed as the Climate Council, we ask who do they represent and what is their funding model? According to this article Tim Flannery is reforming the Climate...
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    Recycling is important to sustainable living as it reduces what goes into landfill and reduces the need to supply new products.
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    Making sure what you build is green, sustainable and energy efficient is of prime importance.
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    Organic food is not only good for you, its good for the environment as well. Learn about how to grow it or who supplies it.
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Green Tips of the Day
Buy used furniture
As a business owner; when appointing your office, check out online auction sites  for cheap or free used furniture. You can also check out remanufactured cubicles for both cost and environmental savings.
Provide paper recycling
In the office put a paper recycling receptacle next to every printer, copier and fax machine so that employees can deposit unwanted paper in them. Discuss recycling with your cleaning crew or appoint a person to bring your paper to a recycling center each week.
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