Carbon pollution reduction scheme needs to ensure reduced emissions.
8 Mar 2009 |
If a new bill becomes law, nearly one million households could be paying for renewable energy that does nothing to reduce Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions.
Only 15% of plastics we consume are recycled. Here’s what you can do.
26 Feb 2009 |
Over the past decade plastics recycling rates have doubled, yet confusion about which plastics can be recycled is hindering progress.
CHOICE investigates why consumers switch electricity retailers.
26 Feb 2009 |
With the increased cost of power generation, household bills are set to rise nationally over the next few years and consumers will be on the look-out for cheaper energy prices.
Carbon offsets pay for projects that reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere. Are they all equal?
16 Sep 2008 |
Carbon offsets are sold as a way for consumers and business to reduce their environmental impact. How do you know your money is being well spent?
How much energy is being sucked up by the technology around your home? And what can you do about it?
30 May 2008 |
Studies show that many of us simply aren’t aware of just how much energy household electronics consume.
Find out how to be green around your home with our virtual tour.
4 May 2008 |
From the kitchen and laundry to the living room and backyard find out how your efforts can be best spent to help reduce your carbon footprint and create a greener future.
Check the label - your choice can influence your energy bill for years.
8 Jan 2008 |
Choosing an energy-efficient model will save you money. And because most electricity generation produces greenhouse gases, it’s better for the environment too.
If you're looking for ways to save energy around the home, it helps to know which appliances are sucking the most power.
29 Dec 2007 |
Power meters measure energy use of household appliances. This helps you lower your power bill and reduce carbon emissions.
There are steps you can take to reduce your environmental footprint.
3 Nov 2007 |
We’re being presented with green and carbon-reducing options at every turn, and while 'carbon neutral' is a tall order, there are some simple ways to get started.
In Australia, electricity consumption, powered mainly by coal, is high.
1 May 2007 |
Switching to accredited GreenPower would significantly reduce the greenhouse gas emissions your household is responsible for, and it’s now available to all Australian households.