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  • 20th March 2015 - Exposure to wood products good for the body and brain ( 621kb pdf file)
    Exposure to wood products and interiors has measurable health benefits, similar those created by spending time in nature, a new report commissioned by Planet Ark has found. Released in the lead up to World Wood Day on Saturday 21st March, these findings are being published in Planet Ark's Wood - Housing, Health, Humanity report.
  • 3rd March 2015 - Breaking the barriers to workplace recycling ( 184kb pdf file)
    Australians are great recyclers at home, but when it comes to work, we are falling down on the job. Workplaces generate over 12.5 million tonnes of waste each year in Australia, 46 per cent of which is sent to landfill. Planet Ark has identified a number of key barriers to workplace recycling and some simple actions to overcome them.
  • 16th March 2015 - Planet Ark announces new ambassador: James Treble ( 2.10MB pdf file)
    Planet Ark is pleased to announce the appointment of our latest Planet Ark Ambassador, interior style guru, James Treble. James, who is regularly seen on televisions around Australia as the resident interior designer on Channel 10's The Living Room, and who features as an "expert" in Homes + magazine, is excited by his new role representing a cause he is very passionate about.
  • 27th April 2015 - The circle of life: How recycling printer cartridges plays a part in the green economy ( 184kb pdf file)
    With the decline of manufacturing in Australia, product stewardship programs like 'Cartridges 4 Planet Ark', through which the manufacturers pay to recycle the materials, can play an increasingly valuable role in the emerging circular economy.
  • 2nd July 2015 - Growing the unhappy generation ( 143kb pdf file)
    Australia's increasingly indoor lifestyle is setting a trajectory for a generation of unhappy kids that will take that unhappiness into adulthood, yet exposure to nature might have the answer.
  • 23rd July 2015 - Communities dig in for 20th year of Planet Ark's National Tree Day ( 240kb pdf file)
    This year Planet Ark is celebrating 20 years of planting trees and is urging Australians to take part in the celebration by digging in at National Tree Day on Sunday 26th July and Schools Tree Day on Friday 24th July.
  • 6th September - Power tool battery recycling amps up in Brisbane ( 141kb pdf file)
    Brisbane has been chosen as the location for the free new Power Tool Batteryback recycling program, launched today by the Australian Battery Recycling Initiative (ABRI).

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