Do your New Year resolutions involve picking up a new hobby? If they do, try something that is not only beneficial to you and your mental health, but also to the planet. Here are some sustainable tips:
Although the average consumer has cut back on their personal paper usage, with the majority of wasted paper originating from offices, schools, manufacturing and other commercial enterprises, there is still so much we can all do to limit our paper waste and help the environment.
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You can’t go totally waste-free over night. Do not feel discouraged and do not give up on your plans and resolutions because you see them as being to much in conflict with your daily life. Here are some small, manageable changes that will pave the way towards a more sustainable lifestyle.
Dairy milk has always been an important part of a balanced diet but over recent years it’s sales are plummeting more and more in favor of plant-based alternatives, raising the question, which milk is better for us and the planet?
Over washing and drying are the leading causes of clothing being prematurely worn down. As we try to reduce the environmental price of our fashion choices, let's learn how best to preserve what we already have.