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Soil for Life
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Soil for LifeHave a good look at what you are throw­ing into your garbage can everyday. Much of what we throw out is actually either food for the soil, or materials which can generate some income somewhere along the line by them be­ing re-used or recycled. This article shows you how to grow your own organic vegetables using the waste your household produces every week.
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Eating Meat: is it Sustainable?
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Eating Meat: Is it SustainableAlbert Einstein once said: "Nothing will benefit human health and increase chances of survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet." We don't think he was just talking about nutrition. This article puts the issues of heath, nutrition and animal rights to one side to point out that on ecological and economic grounds alone, meat-eating is now a looming problem for humankind.
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Unconventional Power for an Unconventional Country
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Unconventional Energy for an Unconventional CountryLife in rural Africa has never been easy. Living "out in the sticks" (as we comfortable city dwellers fondly call it) is hard work. There is no water on tap; there is no lighting or electricity available at the flick of the switch. But what if there was a simple answer that could generate free electricity from our own bodily wastes - bring in the Biogas Digester.
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Alternative Energy for Your Home
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Alternative Energy for Your HomeThe earth receives radiant energy from the sun in the form of electromagnetic waves, which the sun continuously emits into space. This energy can be tapped indirectly as wind, biomass and hydroelectric power, and directly as solar energy (thermal and photovoltaic). Paul Henderson explores what options we have to use this 'alternative' energy in our homes.
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101 Spring Tips
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101 Spring TipsRead our tips from top garden experts like Didi Hoffmann and Keith Kirsten and get ready for Spring. Don't worry most of them are quite simple and don't require lots of hard work, some even just suggest sitting and enjoying the fruits of your labour!
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20 Ways to Help Save the Planet
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Help Save the PlanetWe all know about the planet's problems and the majority of us would like to do something about it, but where to begin?! Here's a list of really simple ideas to get you started.
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Thyme (Thymus vulgaris)
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Lemon ThymeThyme couldn't be more aptly named. Recent research has discovered that it has anti-aging and tonic properties, which maintains vitality and helps prevent or reduce the consequences of aging, like poor memory, digestive and circulatory problems.
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EBike
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EbikeProbably one of the most environmentally friendly transport options around this electric bike puts the fun back into cycling. You needn't have the physique of Lance Armstrong to once again enjoy simple pleasure of riding, just sit there and let the bike do all the work.
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Potted Sunshine
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Winter HerbsGrowing herbs in winter does take a bit more effort and care; after all it's not their natural growing season. But growth does continue, although at a slower pace and by choosing hardy herbs that prefer cooler conditions it is possible to keep a supply of fresh greens on the table.
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Sage (Salvia officinalis)
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SageLooking for some quick and easy natural remedies this winter? Sage (Salvia Officinalis) is a good place to start. Its leaves have strong antiseptic properties and they can be used to make a gargle for throat and mouth infections.
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