Should you be breeding if you care about climate change? Climate scientist Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick weighs in, while wondering whether to have a third child.
How green are your drugs? Fi talks medicine and first aid supplies with Grace Wong from Pharmacists for the Environment. Plus winter wellness recipes from a Sydney picklery.
Waxing, threading, shaving, sugaring, laser and electrolysis. Fi asks cosmetic chemist Amanda Foxon-Hill for help to figure out the greenest way to de-fuzz.
Fi can’t afford an electric car, or a hybrid, so she visits her mechanic for tips to make her trusty old petrol guzzler a little eco-friendlier.
Looking for another great ABC podcast to try? The award-winning podcast The Pineapple Project is back for a special season; a look at 'the C word'. Not Coronavirus. But connection, and how we can get it, and keep it. Walkley award-winning host Jan Fran is on a mission - from her bedroom - to find out how we can feel a little less lonely.
How to care for a newborn AND the planet. Sustainability educator and mum Laura Trotta talks nappies, food, toys and what ‘stuff’ babies actually need.
Fi wants a rescue dog but wonders if she should eat it. While pet care industry boss-lady Anneke van den Broek shares tips to reduce our dogs’ and cats’ eco pawprints.
Tools, toys, cars, clothes, compost, books and bikes — Fi discovers sharing is caring for each other and the planet. Share economy expert Darren Sharp shows us how to give, take, and even set up a network of sharers
Solar vibrators, vegan condoms, organic lube and dry rooting. Fi gets green between the sheets with sex therapists Martha Lee and Cyd Crossman. Adults only.
From invitations, to catering, decorations and presents. Fi asks earth mama Erin Rhoads, AKA The Rogue Ginger, to help her plan a planet-friendly party for her son’s 8th birthday.
It's mid-COVID19 isolation time and Fi is popping in to say hi. She lets us know that some of the episodes we’ve put out like No Thyme for Food Waste, Mind Your Nannas, Greener Gardens and Glug Guilt Free Alcohol are going to be even more useful to us in this crazy time.
Fi says goodbye to shampoo and discovers fellow ABC personality Richard Glover has been 'poo free for years. Luscious-locked blogger Lucy Aitken-Read also gives Fi a bunch of green alternatives to clean her hair.
Insulation, draught-proofing and window treatments. Green-DIY expert Lish Fejer shows Fi how to heat your home in winter and cool it in summer, without a power-sucking air conditioner.
Banks, superannuation and insurance. Fi learns how to invest in the planet from ABC finance expert Alan Kohler and Market Forces researcher Will van de Pol.
From mowers to insecticides to weed killers. Fi calls in help from gardening consultant Steve McGrane to give her shed an eco-makeover. What to keep, what to cull and how to properly dispose of toxic nasties.
Fi conquers her fear of the bulk food shop and learns why it’s the eco way to buy. Get your jars ready — they don’t have to match.
How to handle a climate change denier, knock back plastic at your favourite sushi place, and inspire an apathetic friend. 2040 filmmaker Damon Gameau helps Fi navigate difficult discussions.
Should we bother recycling? Fi follows her plastic, glass and paper to the local recycling centre and gets some tips on how to make sure her efforts aren’t going to waste.
Culling, shopping, swapping, renting, mending and choosing better materials. Fi learns how to become an eco-fashionista from Melinda Tually — head of Fashion Revolution Australia and New Zealand.
Fi visits the plastic-free headquarters of fashion label Spell and the Gypsy Collective for inspo on how to make our workplaces eco-friendly.
From the canteen to the classrooms to the playground. Fi’s son campaigns for change at his school after getting some eco inspiration from Bali’s Green School.
Learn to pack waste-free lunchboxes to save you and your kids from the school naughty corner. A strict pre-school and crunchy wholefood family send Fi packing.
From mosquitos to mice to spiders and snails. Indigenous ranger Mark Flanders and ecologist and author Jackie French show Fi how to repel and quash creepy crawlies without hurting the planet.
Fi meets the 'Off Grid Guy' Michael Mobbs who shares tips for switching your home to solar and battery power.