These days there are an extensive range of eco-friendly goods available that provide your family with the best possible footprint for 'living green' - and this includes baby products. Fiona Coleman finds out more.by Fiona Coleman
Matt Leacy from TV's The Garden Gurus, give his advice on what type of plants will thrive in your garden.by Matt Leacy
The Building Sustainability Index (BASIX) is a NSW State Government initiative which ensures new homes must be built to meet energy and water efficiency targets. Horst Lueckl reports.by Horst Lueckl
Using greywater instead of fresh water of outdoor purposes could save each home between 50,000 and 150,000 litres of drinking water every year. Peninsula Living reports.
The energy generated from wind farms is currently the most cost-effective renewable energy source in Australia. Fiona Coleman reports.by Fiona Coleman
A company, Trade in Green, and an initiative, ClimateClever, are putting a new spin on business - that is, putting the environment first. Peninsula Living looks at how business owners are affected both positively and negatively when it comes to selling eco-friendly products
Thinking up activities to amuse children need not break the bank. Often there are items in and around the house that have already been used and discarded that may be brought back to life.
Rob Southam, a group fleet manager at Sydney car dealer, Col Crawford Motors, takes Peninsula Living for a spin in a vehicle that emits absolutely no carbon emissions. Which raises the question - electric cars, are they a fad? Or are they here to stay?by Emily Veness
Tim Pilgrim, a spokesperson for the RSPCA talks with Peninsula Living about how to house a rabbit.by Emily Veness
Being more creative and shifting back to more traditional types of heating is the way to go.by Josie Hayllar
The government has over the past few years devised schemes to put some of that hard earned cash back where it belongs.
Living in an energy efficient home today is becoming increasingly important - financially and environmentally. Peninsula Living has some simple tips to make sure you save energy (and money!).
If fruit and vegetable prices have you contemplating making macaroni and cheese for the next three nights’ dinner, it may be time to consider converting a corner of the backyard into your very own vegetable garden.by Brooke Gilliland
Did you know that the average Australian has an eco-footprint the size of nine football fields?by Emily Veness
We are already one month into 2011. Have your mere 30-day-old resolutions fallen by the wayside? If so, rest assured that this February you can easily continue your commitment to a greener life, just by reusing old household itemsby Brooke Gilliland