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. 

Be Thrifty- Use Etsy by Emily Mitchell

Earlier this year I stumbled upon an article in a magazine all about the wonders of thrift.Thrift is a lifestyle that seems to be catching on to those struggling to make the world greener while struggling with their bank balance in today’s economy. It’s all about mending things instead o...

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Chair maker offers bespoke seating and chair making course

Inspirational seating designs reflecting the natural spirit and essence of native hardwoods. Handcrafted with traditional time honoured tools and techniques. Style and function combined with structural integrity in a natural, organic, aesthetic form. Based in Throwley, near Faversham in Kent,...

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Recycle your textiles

Be ruthless. If you haven't worn or used it in the past six months, chances are you're not going to. Recycle your unwanted clothes, shoes, soft toys, linen and towels at your local clothing bank or a charity shop of your choice. Remember to tie laced shoes together to keep them in pairs. Bag other s...

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Fair-trade chocolate- By Iszi Taylor

  Fair trade has been taking the world food market by storm, by buying and selling food it fairly enables everyone to get their fair share. One of these is chocolate, a necessity in many people’s lives. You may or may not know that chocolate originates from the vegetables cocoa beans...

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Understanding what matters, CSR and strategic focus

CSR has continued to move up the management agenda, to the point where few sophisticated businesses would underestimate its importance.    “The ‘whether in principle’ conversation about CSR is over. What remains is ‘What specifically, and how?’” Simon...

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Hosting a eco-friendly children’s party By Anna Young

Organising a party for your children has become a bit of a chore nowadays. What with all the plastic involved for plates, cutlery and party bags as well as sorting out invitations and games for the children, there is always a big black sack filled to the brim with an array of rubbish when the part...

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Air source heat pumps

Heat your home with energy absorbed from the air around you Air source heat pumps absorb heat from the outside air. This heat can then be used to warm water for radiators or underfloor heating systems, or to warm the air in your home.  · How do air source heat pumps work? · The...

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Countryside Management course at Canterbury College

As a student of Canterbury College, in my first year studying the exciting, fun, up-and-coming Countryside Management course, I feel compelled to tell you what the course is all about, and what a great time I am having and how you can get involved. The course is very keen to promote green, and susta...

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