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"With over 5000 environmentally friendly businesses, companies and
organisations listed, the Green Pages has become a central hub for
sustainability. Experts in climate change, the water industry, property,
waste management, finance and many other areas contribute feature articles
online and to the quarterly publication, providing in-depth analysis and
insight into how environmental sustainability is affecting these
industries.The Green Pages connects green businesses with green people.

We believe Green Pages will dramatically increase the market share of
sustainable business. We've created a first in Australia, if not the world."


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Gretchen Daily Wins Sophie Prize for Inspiring "Conservational Conversation"
March 18, 2008 09:31 AM - , Green Pages

Gretchen Daily is not your typical biologist, nor does she subscribe to typical conservationist lines. Instead, her astounding work, which has earned her the honour of the 2008 Sophie Prize, focuses on the bottom line: where conservational efforts can be the most economically profitable choices available. She's been compared to Rachel Carson, who had revolutionised the agricultural industry. Her scientific work not only presents the tremendous diversity and intrinsic value of ecosystems and species, but also monetises and quantifies such attributes for economic consideration.

Keeping the Carbon In the Car
February 29, 2008 09:25 AM - , Green Pages

The Georgia Institute of Technology wants to make a hydrogen-fueled vehicle that separates and stores carbon dioxide until it can be sequestered The Georgia Institute of Technology has thrown one more idea into the mix: a zero-emission, hydrogen-powered car that would separate carbon dioxide from liquid fuel and gather it for sequestration underground or in the ocean. Further down the line, the scientists envision transforming that captured CO2 into more fuel, creating a sort of cycle.

Green your life – and beyond.
February 29, 2008 09:22 AM - , Green Pages

You've done everything you can to green your lifestyle, eating and buying the right foods and products, making sure you tread lightly on our earth. But have you thought much about your "return"? There are a number of international services and products that promote low impact funerals.

Shopping List: Milk, cereal, bread, carbon offsets
February 25, 2008 10:14 AM - , Green Pages

A Norway shopping mall is offering customers carbon offsets for purchase on its shelves. John Acher from Reuters reports that the Stroemmen Storsenter shopping centre outside Oslo began selling the certificates on Saturday, at 165 Norwegian crowns (US$30.58) per tonne for shoppers to pick up with their weekly groceries. In one weekend, more than 300 Carbon Emissions Reductions (CERs) had been sold, and store managers were considering stocking up with more.

Green Mobile Phone: Stylish and Sustainable
February 15, 2008 07:23 AM - , Green Pages

Nokia has unveiled ReMade, a revolutionary mobile phone made of 100% recycled materials. The idea behind the “remade” concept was to see if it was possible to create a device made from nothing new. It has been designed using recycled materials that avoid the need for natural resources, reduce landfill, and allow for more energy efficient production.

Solar Taxi Arrives Down Under!
February 7, 2008 09:35 AM - , Green Pages

After a brief and wet stint in Sydney, the Solar Taxi has made its way to Canberra to visit our proud nation's capital. The Solar Taxi is a round the world venture undertaken by Swiss adventurer Louis Palmer. Embarking on his journey in July last year, to date, Palmer has done over 15923 kilometres in his custom made solar powered vehicle. His trip has been a momentous one, from royal passengers, vehicle breakdowns and rainy days.

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