Eco friendly coffins, shrouds, and aquamation versus cremation. Fi visits a bush cemetery and asks natural death expert Zenith Virago how to die green.
Menstrual cups, period undies, reusable pads and free bleeding. Plastic-free period global campaigner Ella Daish teaches Fi how to manage Aunt Flo.
Flights, cruises, hotels, souvenirs and elephant rides. Fi and travel journalist Melanie Grevis-James talk green transport, destinations and how to holiday with minimal impact.
From trees to presents, food, to decorations. Eco-educators and authors Lauren and Oberon Carter share 12 tips to make Christmas greener.
Sustainable seafood Are there really plenty of fish in the sea? Fi takes a tour of the Sydney Fish Market and finds out how to shop for seafood without pillaging the ocean. Farmer and chef Matthew Evans also shares his advice on what to eat and what to throw back.
From torches to tents, camping to glamping, Fi finds out how to camp green. Eco blogger and seasoned camper Tammy Logan shares her tips to tread a little lighter.
From apartments, to suburban blocks, to acreages, Gardening Australia's Costa Georgiadis shows Fi how to pull out your green thumbs wherever you are.
Organic wine, craft beer and green spirits. Alcohol educator Clare Burder teaches Fi how to chug-a-lug for the planet. Cheers to that!
It's time to banish single-use products for good. Rocket scientist and zero waste hero Anita Vandyke shows Fi how to ditch the disposables.
Cleaning products that won't wreck the earth. Fi learns which natural cleaners work, with some DIY recipes from eco domestic goddess Krissy Ballinger. More than just a splash of vinegar.
Love food, hate waste? Best-selling cookbook author and waste warrior Sarah Wilson shows Fi how to use every last fridge scrap and save it from landfill.
Do we really need all those products? Should we just get Botox? Fi busts some beauty myths with Natalie Isaacs, founder of One Million Women and former cosmetics industry boss-lady.
One of Fi's kids is vegetarian, the other loves meat. Farmer, chef and author of On Eating Meat, Matthew Evans, shares his tips on how to eat green. Spoiler: You don't have to go vegan (unless you want to).
Mind your nannas From food prep, to fashion to frugality. Fi visits a gaggle of grandmothers to find out how they lived green (before it was a 'thing').
Fi Poole is a busy mum who ain't got time for making beeswax wraps or tending to worm farms. But she knows she needs to do better by the planet, and she's ready to give it a green-hot go. Calico bag? Check. Keep cup? Check. Find out what you can do next —from bulk food shopping to eco-friendly booze, plastic-free periods, and even greening up your sex life. Join Fi, her friends and family as they learn to live a little greener. Lots of laughs and no preaching — promise. Subscribe for free now...