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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
Sometimes I feel like I sound like a broken record but working towards a more sustainable lifestyle is definitely a journey, not a destination. It takes time to research more sustainable alternatives.Read More »Switching to Reusable Baking Mats from Poppy Bee
If you are looking to turn your home into a greener and more sustainable abode, you will need to get all family members on board.
Next time you are thinking about making your home greener and less of a burden on the environment, sit down with your kids and partner and have a discussion about what you can change to reduce the waste your home produces. You don’t have to start big; small changes in your daily routine and decor can make a huge difference. Read More »7 Ways You can Reduce Your Household Waste
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Switching to a more sustainable lifestyle is often a long process and although in the long run, you save a lot of money, it can sometimes be quite expensive initially. That’s why I highly recommend making little switches here and there as and when you can. Read More »Reuse & Reduce Products for your Home: Huge Sustainable Products Giveaway
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.
Over the last 5 years, my shopping habits have changed completely. Now rather than going to the high street to buy the things we need I always try to buy from an independent seller first.Read More »7 of the Best Zero Waste Shops on Etsy UK
Creating a more sustainable kitchen is not something that you can achieve overnight. It’s a process that takes time and patience. Even now after a few years of making switches we still don’t have what I would call a completely sustainable kitchen.Read More »7 Easy Swaps for a Sustainable Kitchen
Trying to live a zero waste lifestyle can be hard at times. Unfortunately, we don’t live in a world that helps or encourages us to lead this type of life. Zero waste is bad for business.Read More »9 of the Best Ted Talks on Zero Waste You Need To Watch Today!