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It’s our last newsletter for the year, and we want to thank you all so much for your support.
It’s good to know that even in the midst of this chaotic year, people still put their best green foot forward and are trying their darndest to make actual change and move towards a more sustainable future.
As the silly season rolls around, more and more shops are filled to the brim with queues of people buying plastic baubles and sparkly tinsel to hang up around their homes.
So, to counteract the plastic-grabbing frenzy of the early holiday season, The Green List has a guide to Christmas decorations to make your Christmas more sustainable and eco-friendly than last year.
For those of us planning to celebrate Christmas this year, we’re all on the lookout for the perfect Christmas tree. So if you care about the planet, you probably want to know – what type of tree is the best for the environment? Here’s The Green List’s scorecard for best to worst Christmas trees.
With Christmas coming around the corner, it’s predicted that Australians will spend a whopping $11 billion on Christmas presents this year. And with around half coming from online shopping, that’s a heck of a lot of stuff. New research from Gumtree has revealed that we spent an estimated $574 million on gifts last year. Aussies…
Ever wondered which city in Australia is the leafiest?
For the first time, a national artificial Intelligence data analysis has been carried out to rank tree coverage across Australia’s capital cities and residential areas.
Peter Cundall, most known to Australians as the former face of ABC’s Gardening Australia, was a fierce environmentalist who fought for decades to protect Tasmania’s wilderness. The English-born horticulturalist taught us all to love organic gardening, getting our hands in the dirt and growing our own food. He was also a fierce environmentalist who urged…
In a move that is making the rest of Australia green with envy, Melbourne, which arguably claims to be the culture capital of Australia, is set to gain a restaurant, bar as part of the new $3 million Skygarden rooftop venture launched in Melbourne last week.
The results of a Federal Productivity Commission inquiry into Right to Repair laws in Australia released last week found that there are “significant and unnecessary barriers” to consumers’ Right to Repair.