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  • The facts about Water Tanks
     Updated: Wed, 21 Oct 15, 5:17pm   Comments: 16
    Water tanks, all you need to know about storing water and the best ways to use water around the house.
  • The importance of building orientation
     Updated: Wed, 21 Oct 15, 4:27pm   Comments: 15
    Building orientation to the Sun is important to reduce energy consumption, keeping comfortable and saving money. This article explains how to get the building orientation correct.
  • Trombe Walls can provide free heating, cooling and ventilation. This article explains how Trombe Walls work, how to build one and how they save money by reducing energy usage.
  • Solar Power Facts
     Updated: Sat, 26 Sep 15, 10:11am
    Establish the facts around solar power. This article explains the pros and cons of having a solar power system for your home, and how to work out the costs.
  • Mould Prevention, do it yourself tips
     Updated: Mon, 20 Jul 15, 9:18pm
    Preventing mould in your house without using expensive chemicals or solutions, managing it the DIY way.
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  • This video exposes the gross hypocrisy of the Green movement and the damage their policies are causing to the environment and peoples standard of living - their are effectively anti-people and dangerous...
  • 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...
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    Wind Power, what it is and how to do it. News and articles on wind power.
  • Recycling
    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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    Unfortunately pollution does happen, read all about it here.
  • Green Building
    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
Install a Solar Water Heater
The average electric water heater serving a family of four uses 6,400 kilowatt-hours of electricity per year. Solar water heaters are very reliable and can work in any climate.
An all purpose cleaner
Mix two heaped tablespoons of bicarbonate of soda with one tablespoon of white vinegar. Store in an air tight container. For really stubborn spots, use with an old toothbrush and scrub well.
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