Wednesday, July 15th, 2020 by Gina Thompson
How many single-use products do you use every day? Thanks to changes around single-use shopping bags over the past few years, most of us are aware that throwing away a ton of plastic is bad for the environment. Reusable shopping bags are in use nationwide, and it’s a great change for the better. However, it does give one pause for thought – what other aspects of everyday life are generating too much unnecessary waste?
Fortunately, there’s a lot of bright minds out there developing new products and business ideas to tackle the waste problem and make it easier for people to adopt a greener lifestyle. Read on to find out more about six innovative ideas that can help reduce the waste of single-use products in everyday life.
Wednesday, October 28th, 2009 by Internode Staff
Whilst the Tesla was having it’s midday top-up today, Simon spent some time talking to ABC 891 via telephone from Glendambo (which is about half-way between Coober Pedy and Port Augusta in South Australia).
He spoke about the Global Green Challenge and the Tesla’s record breaking run yesterday, amongst other things. He also answered a few of the common questions that people have been asking.
According to our real-time satellite tracking, the team are just passing Pimba and Woomera in northern South Australia. They’ll be stopping over night tonight in Port Augusta.
Wednesday, October 21st, 2009 by Simon Hackett
Starting from Darwin on 24th October 2009
Public Display – Adelaide CBD – 9am-5pm Saturday 31st October
Awards Dinner Saturday 31st October (evening)
The Solar cars, competing in the World Solar Challenge within the GGC event will start on Saturday 24th October and will race ‘dawn to dusk’ – they are expected to start arriving from mid week.
The Eco Challenge cars (such as the Tesla Roadster) are not racing, they are competing against their manufacturers stated performance figures, with the aim being to prove, and hopefully to better, those performance figures in real world conditions over a (very) long real world road.