Posts tagged: environment

4 plastic-free solutions for everyday objects

You’ve likely seen ABC’s War on Waste, heard about the plastic bag ban debacle and started bringing your own shopping bags to the supermarket. It’s...   Read More

How to grow air plants in 3 easy steps

Don’t have a green thumb? Well, don’t worry because it doesn’t get much easier than growing air plants! Air plants – botanical name –...   Read More

Bring National Tree Day home

For every hour we spend on an outdoor leisure activity, Planet Ark research shows that we spend seven hours in front of a screen,...   Read More

Plogging puts an eco-friendly twist to your workout

Swedes are known for some awesome innovations – zips, milk cartons, refrigerators, Pacemakers, ABBA and Ikea – but this one might just be their...   Read More

World’s 50 Best Beaches to put on your bucket list

The travel specialists at Flight Network reached out to their extensive network of seasoned journalists, agents and bloggers to get their expert-opinions of the...   Read More

Healthy pool water for Aussie kids

Swim school owner-operator Margie Thorpe (not related to Australian swimming star Ian Thorpe but you’ll see they share a similar passion) is a long-term...   Read More

10 easy tips to grow a lush, luxe lawn

Has the dry winter and unseasonably warm spring left your lawn looking like dried wheat and infested with weeds? The good news is that...   Read More

Cyber balloon race helps keep kids safe

Bravehearts will launch an innovative, eco-friendly cyber balloon race from Parliament House in Canberra to celebrate its 21st annual White Balloon Day on Friday...   Read More

Plastic Free July – are you up for the challenge?

With ABC’s Ban the Bag series captivating national attention earlier this year, and Woolworths and Coles recently announcing they will phase out single-use plastic...   Read More

Easy and affordable ways to reduce your water and power bills

In just one year, each of us uses an average of 100,000 litres of fresh water*, which makes us the greatest consumers of water...   Read More