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Sustainable habits to embrace for the year ahead

While New Year’s resolutions can be a bit of a bind, they don’t have to be a big commitment or a declaration of a total change. For those who want to focus on being greener for the year ahead, it’s much better to look at simple changes that will be easier to stick to – … Read more

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Thrifting is a way of life for some

It goes without saying that people are looking for more ways to save money with the spiralling cost of living.  Thrifting is now a word that we use regularly. The thrifting act has grown in popularity with more and more second hand sites popping up as well as big brands selling on preloved goods. From … Read more

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Back to School Eco friendly ideas for the new school year

It’s back to school in matter of weeks! The start of the new school year can be an expensive time. It’s also easy to fall into habits that aren’t great for the environment. We’ve compiled a list of handy tips that, with a little bit of planning, will keep your eco-creds high. They should save … Read more

Plastic Free July … Are you up for the 2022 challenge?

Plastic Free July® is a Global movement started by the founder of the Plastic Free Foundation, Rebecca Prince-Ruiz. Plastic free July is a global movement that helps millions of people be part of the solution to plastic pollution. This is all so we can have cleaner streets, oceans, and beautiful communities. Will you be part … Read more

Step up, buy second-hand recycle or reuse

The world is waking up: concern about the environmental and ethical costs of the consumer goods industry worldwide, the need to recycle and reuse, and the impact of dealing with waste are common threads across many conversations. Buying second-hand isn’t the same as protesting on the streets, but it’s a demonstration none the less. As … Read more

Saving the planet one small change at a time

Trees have a crucial role to play in removing CO2 from the atmosphere — so planting more of them on a mass scale can also help us reduce our emissions. With Treedom you finance farmers who want to plant trees, to realize sustainable ecosystems and allow thousands of farmers to support the initial costs of planting new … Read more

Let’s show the Planet Some Love this Valentines

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, most people are already starting to think about how they’re going to show that special someone some love. And whilst there’ll always be room for the traditional flowers and chocolates (and cuddly teddy bear), have you ever considered choosing a gift that shows the planet some love at … Read more

The small things that make the difference NOW!

Living consciously is a lifestyle is not something you do just once, but a habit that you can form for the rest of your life. Consider your impact on the world. How does what you do, what you consume, and how you live, impact the environment? How does it impact people in the Developing World? … Read more

How to be a Hero – what can you do to save the world?

Well, the good news is that you don’t need to wear your underpants on the outside! As we teeter on the edge of society as we know it, with COVID 19 causing chaos to our manmade world, the natural world has crept into the spotlight some more. We are all now aware of how our carbon … Read more

Recycling – teaching our children

Every UK household produces over 1 tonne of waste each year – in other terms the weight of a small car. It is said that in less than 2 hours the UK produces enough waste to fill the Albert Hall – I’m not sure I can even get my head round that! But to break … Read more