As Covid-19 restrictions are slowly being lifted, let’s make sure we keep the momentum going and limit our emissions and our impact on the planet as much as possible, by finding ways to get back to traveling more sustainably.
Our kitchen fridge may seem pretty straightforward to use, but applying a few simple rules to it will help us save money and avoid food waste.
An estimated 1.3 billion tonnes of food is wasted globally each year, which is why it’s so important to understand what ‘Sell by’, ’Best Before’ and ‘Use by’ labels mean, in order to not throw out perfectly edible food.
Did you know that a quarter of global emissions come from food? Find out how you can reduce your carbon footprint by making changes to your eating and to your shopping habits!
Are you trying to lead a more sustainable lifestyle? Are you trying your best to cut down on waste and eliminate the use of plastic and single-use items? Great job… but how good are you at maintaining those good intentions when you’re out of the comfort of your own home? Specifically, how do you avoid waste when dining out?