Research

To help relieve the constraints of a deadline or take the hard work out of your next business venture, I offer my services as a researcher and will happily delve into your chosen topic, producing a detailed report on my findings. It's a service I find truly rewarding as it satisfies my eternal yearning to learn while helping out another with too much on their plate.

Below are examples of articles which have been written utilising my research and reporting skills.

 
 
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Shop less, mend more: making more sustainable fashion choices

The fashion industry is one of the world’s most polluting. The Guardian's series Life Swaps looks at how to live more sustainably and buy more ethical clothing. Published online by The Guardian, Australian edition.

 

Recyclable cups and homegrown brands: choosing a better coffee brew

Australians love coffee but the industry has a huge environmental and social impact. The Guardian's series Life Swaps looks at how to find better caffeine options. Published online by The Guardian, Australian edition.

 
 
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Reusable bags and no elephants: travel the world without trashing it

Travelling is one of life’s great joys but the environmental impact is harsh. Our new series Life Swaps looks at ways to explore more sustainably. Published online by The Guardian, Australian edition.

 
 
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Embrace 'ugly' fruit and compost: cutting back on food waste

Australians discard $8bn worth of edible food each year, wasting resources and creating methane. The Guardian's series Life Swaps looks at ways to reduce your food footprint. Published online by The Guardian, Australian edition.

 
 
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Flying high: Brisbane's performing apprentice

Each Australian uses an average of 100,000 litres of water a year, and our electricity use is extreme. The Guardian's Life Swaps looks at ways to reduce the load. Published online by The Guardian, Australian edition.

 
 
 
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Car share, public transport and walking: better ways to get from A to B

More than 8 million Australians drive to work or study each day, adding vast amounts of emissions. The Guardian's series Life Swaps looks at smart ways to go places.Published online by The Guardian, Australian edition.

 
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Going plastics-free is as easy as calico bags and reusable coffee cups

Australians throw away a lot of plastic, often after only one use. The Guardian's series Life Swaps looks how to give it up. Published online by The Guardian, Australian edition.

 
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Less laundry less often: how to lighten the washday load on the environment

From clothes that won't shed micro plastic to natural detergents, responsible laundry is a thing. The Guardian's series Life Swaps looks at how to do the laundry the responsible way. Published online by The Guardian, Australian edition.

 
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Fix it, dispose responsibly and buy better - how to choose more ethical tech

Technology should make our lives easier but if often makes life hell for those who make it and pollutes the environment. The Guardian's series Life Swaps looks at how to use technology responsibly. Published online by The Guardian, Australian edition.