Research supports an affordable and meaningful alternative to high street sales.
The thing that makes hooded blankets comfy and unnaturally soft is also what makes them bad for the environment and our health.
We still don’t know whether ecolabels are significantly better for the environment than alternatives.
Our intention to buy climate-friendly products does not always match our buying behaviour, especially when we pay more for such products.
Going from a single spore to a finished fungi-derived leather product takes a couple of weeks. But raising a cow to maturity for bovine leather can take several years.
The cleared land of Paraguay’s Chaco forest produces everyday products like charcoal and leather that are sold abroad to consumers who may never know the unsavory origins of their purchases.
We all know that tap water is better than buying bottled water, from an environmental standpoint at least. But what should you drink it out of? A single-use bottle, used multiple times, might be best.
Chocolate is proof the universe loves us and wants us to be happy. Here’s how to hunt up the best, most-sustainable and ethically-tasty chocolate eggs this Easter.
The most sustainable phone is the one you already own. But if you’re in the market for a new handset, consider choosing one with replaceable parts to avoid having to replace the whole thing again.
Summer may have come to an official end, but the plastics from your bathers might still be at the beach!
Australians import millions of flowers for Valentine’s Day. Let’s consider some ways to be eco-friendly.
Every festival in Australia sends countless bits of glitter down the drain (and into the ocean). But you can still shine on – in bio-glitter.
We use our fridges, washing machines and air conditioners every day. That means that we should consider much more than the up-front retail price when choosing to invest in a new one.
If your New Year’s resolutions include improving your diet, it’s worth thinking about eating healthier for the planet.
There’s really no such thing as truly sustainable air travel, but you can do some things to reduce your impact - such as flying with airlines with newer aircraft or taking a virtual holiday.
Australians love canned tuna. Here’s our handy guide to finding the most sustainable options for you (and your cat).
’Tis the season for online shopping – which means a month of shipping. Here’s how to reduce your delivery footprint.
Iconic Stan Smiths can be styled with almost anything, but most white sneakers are costly to the environment. Lucky for us, there are many sustainable alternatives that are just as cool.
Our clothes are cheaper, flimsier and shorter-lived than ever. But jeans, a staple of the modern wardrobe, are actually designed to be long-lasting – provided you take proper care of them.
The Australian market is awash with highly polluting cars. But there are a couple of key resources to help you find the best vehicle that fits your needs.