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. 

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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Homemade Batteries-By Iszi Taylor

The chemicals in usual batteries can be quite damaging to the environment when disposed of due to lithium and mercury in them. However, there are other safer and fascinating ways of producing handmade batteries…using food from your own kitchen...   Lemon batteries…. By simply p...

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10 tips for a more eco friendly garden by Annie Lee

1. By planting native trees and flowers in your garden it helps stop them from going extinct. 2. If you’re worried about the pesticides you may be using, hang bird boxes in your garden as they eat slugs and snails, which means you can leave pest control up to Mother Nature! ...

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10 tips for technology and the office by Annie Lee

1. If you’re into computers or technology one thing you can do to help the environment is by simply recycling your old CDs and batteries, or instead of buying disposable batteries in the first place you can just switch to rechargeable. 2. When switching off appliances, for example, ...

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Vegetarian Caviar - tested

Caviar, sometimes called black caviar, is a luxury delicacy, consisting of processed, salted, non-fertilized sturgeon roe.  Roe or hard roe is the fully ripe internal overies or egg masses of fish.  Beluga caviar is caviar consisting of the roe (or eggs) of the beluga sturgeon Huso huso.&n...

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Fairtrade Cotton

Cotton on to Fairtrade Cotton! Around 110 million rural households worldwide depend on cotton for their livelihoods. The majority of cotton farmers in developing countries farm small plots of land and are often highly dependent upon the income they gain from cotton farming. This places them in a v...

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Survey on re-use of products and use of recycled materials in the Canterbury district - Win £50

The Canterbury Partnership Environment Group are conducting a survey of Canterbury District businesses and organisations to find out what products are reused, exchanged and the use of recycled materials. The action is: "Conduct annual survey of partners to establish re-use of products and us...

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Reused Cups By Anna Young

When researching eco friendliness in Sport, I came across a scheme set up by the Big Eye stadium at Oita Prefecture Sports Park, Japan. At the Big Eye, which is used by about one million people each year, nearly three tons of rubbish was produced each game. The majority of this rubbish was in the fo...

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