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  Date Posted: 2 December 2023

We all have to buy gifts now and again, so how can you put the ECO into Gifting? It doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. The Creator of Reusable Planet explains just how easy it is to provide thoughtful, low impact gifts for family and friends.

  Date Posted: 24 September 2023

I’m going to cut to the chase: batteries are toxic. Hey, they’re totally handy. Where would we be without them? Love batteries (rechargeable, of course!) But along with being toxic, they are also over 90% recoverable and recyclable.

  Date Posted: 4 January 2023

While sunscreens protect us from harsh UV rays, who’s protecting the coral reefs from sunscreen? An estimated 14,000 tonnes of sunscreen is being deposited in the world's oceans each year. Is this a problem?

Date Posted: 16 December 2022

Australians use over 150,000km of wrapping paper at Christmas - enough to wrap around the planet nearly 4 times. So as Christmas draws closer, we look at the problem with wrapping paper, which wrapping paper is best and what alternatives there are.

  Date Posted: 12 July 2022

They’re small, comforting and part of our culture. A convenient go-to for any small wound treated at home or in hospital. But the humble bandaid has a few dirty little secrets that mean it may not be the best solution for your boo-boo.

  Date Posted: 14 December 2021

Christmas is a time for excesses, and with that comes plenty of extra waste, including harmful plastic waste. Much of it can be avoided with many little - and easy - changes to your Christmas routine to be more Earth-friendly this Holiday season.