Green Information. Working to become a comprehensive online source of eco-friendly information, products and services...

Sue is the information gatherer for Green Information. She has been an environmentalist for a long time now and decided to put all the information she finds in one useful place.

Leon runs Design Advantage the Graphic and Web Design business who are sponsoring this site. He created the design of Green Information and Richard from his team built the site. 

Greener Computers By Theresa Bates

Eco-friendly Computers The use of computers is continuous and the ‘IT footprint’ needs to be reduced by practical methods. Eco-friendly computers ought to be bought when needed and not to fulfil temptations of new designs. The most environmentally friendly method is to hold on to your e...

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Bamboo by Sam Mckinven

Bamboo can be used for a great variety of eco-friendly products including baskets, bicycle frames, bird cages, blinds, boats, bridges, brushes, buckets, canoes, carts, charcoal, chopsticks, clothing, cooking utensils, nappies, fans, fences, firewood, fishing rods, flooring, food steamer, furniture, ...

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Edenbridge Town Council

Edenbridge Town Council are part of the Kent Climate Change Community Network.  Their current actions are:   Tree planting Millenium Wood – several hundred mixed mature trees planted Status: Complete   Awareness raising      Annual community events focusin...

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Wildlife and the Natural Environment session at UN Earth Day 2013 by Sue Davis

© Photo: Dik Ng We were never going to have the time or resources to halt the declining bee population or to change the general public's attitude about looking after their environment but we could bring like-minded people together to help them progress something they felt passionately about...

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Overfishing by Emily Thomas

There are several types of overfishing, all with the same effect. The fish of our seas are disappearing. The problem is that the fish are being trawled faster than they can reproduce, diminishing the numbers as the demand for seafood increases. Fish can take many years to reach maturity, allowi...

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Wild about our Woodlands - Summer by Carol Davis

The cool leafy canopy of our woodlands can soothe a troubled mind and you emerge rejuvenated. Listen out for nightingales who sing throughout the day as well as night, their fluid song soaring through the trees. Watch and listen out for skylarks rising from the open meadows or the hawker dragon...

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Kent climate change community network

Following the success of local projects Elham Envionment Group decided to arrange a get together in December 2009 to share information on what some groups were doing around the county.   Details of what group members are working on is on each of their pages.  If you would like to sha...

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Canterbury Partnership Environment Group

The Environment Group and its constituent partners aim to encourage sustainable development within and beyond the Canterbury district by raising awareness of environmental issues and by taking practical action to protect and enhance the natural and built environment. The group seeks to achieve this...

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Welcome

We have oodles of information to upload for you to enjoy along with useful links.  Why not bookmark it and come and visit us from time to time.   The only income we get from the site is when people purchase something from our Amazon shop.  We will be giving 10% of any income to charity, see about us for what we are saving for currently.

if you have an article you would like to submit that informs, educates or amuses our readers with Green Information why not send it to us and you might win a prize.  If you run a business you can add your business details at the bottom of the article with a link to your website or contact details if you wish.  If you own any digital photographs that would suit an article (particularly the long ones) we would love to feature them and give you a credit or link to your site.

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