Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Environment & Technology

Environment & Technology

PODCAST – Spring Racing Season: Where do we draw the line?

Ruby Harris, Mitch Clarke, Desiree De Bruin and Emmanuela Hourdas discuss the upcoming Spring Racing Season, question the ethics around the races and debate why...

Busting the myth on “cardboard” coffee cups

Australians love their coffee, and this is evident in the estimated one billion disposable coffee cups used per year. Coffee cups are also Australia's...

Getting into the game

Is the career for you? Gaming used to be just a way to pass time in the 1980s but in 2018 it's a career...

The Last Straw: environmental movement calls for phasing out of straws

The plastic straw is the latest product to be in contention for a national ban, with McDonald's vowing to phase out the straws in...

‘Oh My Gum’ Designer Lauren Mathieson Talks Australian Natives and Being...

At 23-years old, Lauren Mathieson is the epitome of a boss lady.  Solely owning and running her own jewellery label, working full time and...

You’ll Probably Put on 4kg as a Uni Student – Do...

Health and fitness apps have exploded in popularity, becoming a major app category in the mobile market. More than 88 per cent of Australians own...

Fashion With A Social Conscience

Australian consumers buy on average 27kg of clothes per year. That 27kg is made up of seasonal based trends that fashion outlets tell us...

New Technology to Catch Drivers on Phones

Millennials are notorious for their obsession with mobile phones. The majority of people are guilty of checking their devices while driving and the consequences...

Latest Fitbit device aims to fight childhood obesity

Leading fitness brand Fitbit is launching an activity tracker designed for children aged 8 to 13, called the Fitbit Ace. Despite Fitbit being around for...

Leading the charge to ban plastic bags

Shoppers will soon have to start forking out extra for plastic bags the next time they do their weekly grocery trip. Supermarket giants Coles and...