by James Bradfield Moody and Bianca Nogrady Since the industrial revolution, the tide of innovation and progress has ebbed and flowed – five waves of innovation. From milling and steam to most recently information technology, each wave starts with disruptive technologies and ends with a global depression, transforming society, economies and industry almost beyond recognition. … Continue reading The Sixth Wave … coming to a bookshop near you.
From G Magazine, November 2008:Our diet revolves around meat. Imagine the footy without a pie, summer without snags on the barbie, or Christmas without a turkey. But rumours abound that being vegetarian is better for the environment. Could the lentil lovers be right?Read more in magazine.
From G Magazine, May 2008:My mother wants to be composted when she dies. Not just in a figurative “give my body to the Earth” way, but in a way that befits someone whose passion for gardening knows no bounds.Her final act will be to produce the lushest crop of tomatoes and zucchini her garden and … Continue reading Dying to be green
From G Magazine, September/October 2007:Who has time to research the environmental cred of every cleaning product in their house? In this 8-page guide to non-toxic, eco-friendly cleaning, Bianca Nogrady breaks through the greenwash to find the best choices.