Have you started to try and live a more sustainable lifestyle? Want to take it to the next level? These blog posts are for you.
This is a collaborative post with Bug Bakes
It’s no secret that livestock farming contributes to global warming. Without going into too much detail or getting too technical animals produce methane (when they burp or fart).
Methane is 84 times more potent than carbon dioxide and speeds up the Greenhouse Effect. As we are consuming more and more meat we need more animals. More animals means more methane. Read More »Bug Bakes – Eco Treats for Dogs
Sustainable living matters to more of us now than ever. Homeowners across the country are turning to solar panels and ethical energy. Many of us are even growing vegetables in our gardens now. Read More »It Might Not Be Your House, But You’re Still Responsible For Your Carbon Footprint
The production, distribution and retailing of clothes consume a lot of resources and energy. It also creates a lot of pollution. So, it really is worth thinking carefully about what you wear.
There are several ways you can help the planet, when you buy, use and dispose of your clothes. Below I explain some of them.Read More »Eco-friendly Jeans and Clothing that Looks Fantastic
Our plastic waste problem is no secret. We are literally drowning the planet in plastic. However, I do feel that we are slowly waking up to our plastic addiction. Programmes such as Blue Planet and Drowning in Plastic are certainly helping to raise awareness.