Did you know there are lots of benefits to switching to natural deodorants? They are a popular alternative to conventional deodorants and anti-perspirants that often contain potentially harmful ingredients and there’s plenty of fantastic options on the market.
Collectively we use a whopping 80 billion pieces of clothing every year, a 400 per cent increase from two decades ago. As we purchase new clothing, we rapidly discard older garments, and the proliferation of ‘fast fashion’ brands also means we have begun to see clothing as highly disposable.
Soap is a vital part of our everyday lives, but when it comes to washing our hands and choosing the best option for the environment, is it best to buy bar or liquid soap? We take a look at the pros and cons of each.
Did you know that the average household contains around 300,000 items? Thanks to the fact that we are bombarded with ads constantly and can buy and have an item delivered the same day, consumption is at an all-time high, which has dire consequences for our planet.
So often when we talk about the planet, topics tend to be doom-laden. However, there’s plenty to feel hopeful about, with many experts predicting a huge shift towards sustainability in 2023 across communities, governments and businesses. Here’s some of the sustainable trends we can expect to see this year.
Whether it’s the beginning of a new year or season, you’ve just moved house or your home is in need of a deep clean, decluttering and organising your space is always deeply satisfying. Here are some handy hints on doing it sustainably.
Are you dreaming of a green Christmas? There are plenty of ways to be more sustainable during the festive season, from gifting giving to decorating, and even how you dine and celebrate with loved ones.