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Known for being one of the windiest and sunniest places in Australia, South Australia has become a leader in green energy. The state will soon be home to one of the biggest solar farms in the world, boosting 3.4 million solar panels and 1.1 million individual batteries.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Energy Solar Australia By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Sure, your food is making your taste buds happy, but is it making the atmosphere sad?

If you're concerned about the impact your meals are having on the planet, there's good news. A study out of Lancaster University in the UK and RMIT University in Australia has determined the levels of greenhouse gas created by the production of many different foods.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Food Meat and Poultry Agriculture Europe Australia By MadgeTech Marketing Team

We all dread the word "diet" because it means we have to give up our favorite junk foods in order to drop a couple pounds. Dieting is not only key for a healthy lifestyle, but a recent study shows it could also help save the environment. It may come off as a ploy to trim the excess weight, but research out of UNSW Australia says creating junk foods uses scarce resources the planet cannot afford to lose.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Food Environmental Australia By MadgeTech Marketing Team

In August 2009, an oil well in Australian waters exploded spewing enough oil into the Timor Sea to fill 10 Olympic-sized swimming pools over a 10 week period. Seven years later, more than 13,000 Indonesian seaweed famers are suing for compensation with help from Australian lawyers. With Indonesia being one of the largest seaweed producers in the world, farmers say oil spill devastated their livelihood.

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Posted in: Food Environmental Agriculture Australia Asia By MadgeTech Marketing Team

If you are bananas for bananas brace yourself, experts say the banana industry could be wiped out within the next five to 10 years. Not one, but three fungal diseases have become a lethal threat for the plant grown in nearly 120 countries. Now the race is on to develop hardier, disease-resistant plants and more effective preventative treatments.

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