These Recycled Skateboards Fit In Your Locker and Save Oceans

Skateboarding is a very green (and generally rad) way to get around or kill some time but as the sport continues to grow in popularity what happens to all of

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Costa Rica Aims to Ban Fossil Fuel Transport

Costa Rica has a newly elected president, Carlos Alvarado Quesada, and the 38-year-old preacher/musician has already made some incredible steps towards sustainability. Taking office in May after a convincing win

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Hawaii Cracks Down on Reef Poisoning Suncreens

Most Aussies know to ‘slip, slop, slap’ thanks to the catchy sun safe campaign that began in the 1980s but have you ever considered what exactly is in the sunscreen

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Compostable bags being trialled for supermarkets

As the ban on single-use plastics continues to build momentum around Australia, many retailers are still seeking viable replacements. South Australia has just begun trialing new compostable bags as an

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Maccas is switching straws

The Golden Arches have joined the battle against single-use plastics by announcing a shift to paper straws starting in the UK and Ireland. The restaurant chain currently uses 1.8 million

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Senegal and Japan fans clean up at World Cup

It’s FIFA World Cup time again and some supporters have been celebrating victory in a unique and responsible way. Following important wins in their respective pool games, fans of both

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Plogging Reaches Byron Bay

Have you been plogging lately? Do you know what plogging is? For the uninitiated, the term comes from a mashup ‘plocka upp’ which translates from Swedish as ‘pick up’, and

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The Devastating Impact of Plastic in Our Oceans

To coincide with World Environment Day and the beat #BeatPlasticPollution campaign, Nat Geo Magazine has published some striking images of how plastic effects wildlife around the world. ‘For Animals, Plastic

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University of Queensland On Track To Be 100% Renewable

The University of Queensland has just announced the development of a $125 million solar farm to offset its electricity needs. With the proposed development, UQ will become energy neutral by

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Renewable Energy Costs Dropping Below Coal and Nuclear

One of the main arguments for the continued use of fossil fuels is the price, right? Well, a recent report from global financial advisory firm Lazard has shown that developments in wind

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