It’s been a while since I wanted to write about eco-friendly swaps. These are tiny changes that any of us can make to instantly reduce plastic and waste.
There are many problems you might face if you try going green. Here is my own journey – we’re in the same boat regarding changing habits and climate crisis.
The fashion industry contributes to 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Slow fashion can help via renting, buying second hand or from ethical sources.
Now summer is over here are a few ideas for eco friendly travel. Start with buying local souvenirs, carrying reusable picnic items and carbon offsetting.
Helping fight the climate change can be done by taking small actions such as personal or group challenges. Discover Microvist full of fun tasks to explore and complete.
Plastic-free journey can initially feel quite daunting. But there are many easy-to-implement swaps such as drinking loose leaf tea or using solid soap bars.
Buying presents for our loved ones is the perfect opportunity to choose eco friendly gifts. Here are my top 10 ideas including apps, toys and eco gadgets.
Today is the 50th Earth Day. It is an annual event celebrated around the world on 22th of April. Here are my 3 promises to help the environment and yours?
Over 30% of food waste occurs after we purchase it. Food storage tips such as effective fridge organisation, leftover recipes or air tight boxes can help.
Do you know what plastic symbols on your bottles really mean? Ten recycling tips to stop ‘wish cycling’ and make our efforts more efficient.