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. 

Sixth form fashion crisis By Anna Young

  With year eleven finished and sixth form induction approaching I started to think this week about what I am going to wear to school in future. My school like many others allows a non uniform system when you join year twelve and just like my friends I am looking forward to ditching the school...

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Eco Schools by April Lyons

Schools around the world produce huge amounts of waste products every day. But the new Eco school scheme is here to put a stop to this and to get everyone involved with making the world a much greener and cleaner place to live.   What is the Eco school scheme? The Eco school scheme is a ...

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UN Earth Day 2013

    Travelling to the event All of the car parks at the North Holmes Road site will be available for parking on Saturday the 20th. I would recommend the Red carpark, accessible via Gate 3 off North Holmes Road. More information is available on the main CCCU travel pages here: http://www...

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Airport on Kent and Essex Estuary will cause damage to wildlife

The Mayor of London wants to build an international airport on a man made island off the Kent and Essex coast in the Thames Estuary.
Medway Council, Kent County Council, and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) have started a campaign to get this £40 billion scheme thrown out d...

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Data Centres that use 60% less power

Reducing your organisations’ power consumption need not be mutually exclusive with profitability.Although this article relates to the largest data centres in Europe these percentage savings can work for businesses of any size that run a data centre.  Over the last several years, BT has ...

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New green home office

Greening an office space from scratch is not something we get to do very often.  At present we are converting a room for another office at home which involves knocking down a wall and adding more insulation. Recycling The hardcore from the knocked down wall has been taken away by neighbours w...

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Government grant for installing energy generating products

The Low Carbon Buildings Programme (LCBP) Phase 1: This programme provides grants for the installation of microgeneration technologies in a range of buildings to include households, community organisations, public, private and the non-profit sectors. Householders can apply for grants of up to &pou...

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Making recycling fun by April Lyons

When you have young children they soon learn what jobs are fun and what jobs they want nothing to do with. To encourage the future generations to recycle without thinking of it as a chore, we need to make recycling a fun activity that they want to participate in.   Getting started When sta...

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