Denmark is one of the nosiest Scandinavian countries with 70 per cent of the population suffering from noise pollution. Dario Bosio documents one woman’s experience in Copenhagen.
Four Australian guys are driving across the globe attempting to ‘fill-up’ only on biofuel. Jamesina McLeod reports.
The organic food industry faces contamination and health risks if trials for GE wheat are allowed out of the laboratories.
Carbon capture storage is promoted by governments and the mining industry worldwide as a solution to climate change. But can it hold up to its promises?Lauren Kelleher reports.
Green business now stands for good business, and Australia’s design and building industry is leading the trend worldwide. Dave Drayton reports.
Malolo Lailai island in Fiji is setting new environmental standards in the pacific encouraging the country towards greener days reports Bella Papadopoulou Dobrowolska.
Every morning you see them between cars and buses. Cycling is becoming the choice of transport for an increasing number of people in the inner city of Sydney, but the suburbs are far behind writes Julie Kofoed.
Santorini is being covered in plastic bottles and waste as the Greek government fails to implement a central recycling scheme. Elise Dalley and Ben O’Halloran report from Santorini, Greece.
Josh Kenworthy investigates the growing problems of congestion on Australian roads and whether anything can be done.
Gippsland unions see victory as Victorian Government announces plans to close Hazelwood power station. Josh Kenworthy reports.
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