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. 

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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Solar Energy-By Iszi Taylor

  Solar panels…   Using solar panels is an excellent way of generating renewable energy to power appliances in the house, or even office. The light energy from the sun is transformed into useable energy for the home. This can be used to heat up hot water or even for the televisio...

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Fairtrade Cotton in Mali

Fairtrade Cotton Production in Mali. Mali is one of the poorest countries in the world.  In the United Nations’ Human Development Report 2007/8, it ranked 173 out 177 UN member countries in terms of wealth. Countries can’t get much poorer than that. Cotton is one of Mali’s m...

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(Wo)man versus dish washer machine – which is greenest and cleanest?

Does it feel like cheating on your green credentials when you use a labour-saving appliance?   Now, thanks to a scientific study at the University of Bonn in Germany, you can use your machine in the knowledge that it is the eco-friendly thing to do... The Bonn study proves that the ...

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HadLOW Environment Group

HadLOW Environment Group are part of the Kent Climate Change Community Network.  Their current actions are: Growers group Community allotment fruit and vegetable growing. Greening the Village Cycle stands, fruit & tree planting, Noticeboard Finite Art Exhibition Exhibition available f...

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Food and drink survey

We are running a survey to create a baseline of data about the purchase of locally produced, fairtrade and/or organic food and drink by businesses and organisations in the Canterbury district area (including Canterbury, Herne Bay, Whitstable and the villages). Food and drink is purchased by busines...

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Green Gaming by Emily Mitchell

As videogames become an increasingly popular form of entertainment, the opportunity for education through them increases. Just as there are movies and programmes on TV about environmental issues such as the hit movie ‘The Day After Tomorrow’ which raises awareness about global warmin...

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Green Supply Chain

Here are a few supply chain strategies that can be used to reduce purchasing waste.  Buy local.  There are great social, economic and of course environmental benefits of supporting your local economy.  This is not appropriate in all cases though as sometimes there is a greater env...

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