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Golden Trash Awards celebrates sites that are going “Green”. With our Golden Leaf Awards and a set of high-standard criteria we hope to create a space where the concept of “Green” online is recognised and awarded. If you have a website, or know of a website that actively pursues being “Green” then we want to know about it.

We pride ourselves in listing and awarding the very top-standard “Green” sites as well as offering “Green” news, tips and information, to ensure that Going Green is easy!

Awards Overview

We’re looking to celebrate the world of Green online. We want to award people and sites that are passionate about and ready to stand up for eco-issues that are relevant to today’s cyber communities and the world beyond that. We won’t accept just any old sites – your website is your online face and we expect it to look eco-good! [Read more...]

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      Why one step forward for greener transport is proving to be two steps back

      February 20, 2012

      As governments are scrambling to implement new ways of powering cars, we have to look at the overall impact of these changes and if they really are as effective as we would hope. Electric vehicles (EVs) and biofuels seem like planet-savers in theory, but after they have been put into practice environmental groups and independent … Continue reading


      The First Tree Museum

      January 12, 2012

      Trees are the lungs of our planet, and in honour of their significant role in maintaining an eco-balance, the Enea Tree Museum in Upper Lake Zurich, Switzerland opened its doors to visitors in June 2010. The 2.5 acre museum has been built on a 14th century monastery and aims to draw attention to the presence, … Continue reading


      Vanishing Bee Syndrome

      October 14, 2011

      You may not have heard it yet, but bees are in danger of extinction. Can you imagine a world without bees? Well, it may soon no longer be a figment of your imagination. The health of bees is at serious risk, and the honeybee population could be wiped out as early as in 10 years’ … Continue reading