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Here are five ways to ensure you support healthy oceans by buying or ordering sustainably sourced seafood

There are a lot of options available when it comes to buying toilet paper, but how can you make sure you’re making the best choice for yourself and the planet? We break it down for you…

With the world slowly opening up again, and restrictions on travel lifting, it’s time to think about planning a trip. Here are 10 handy tips for travelling light.

We all know that plastic pollution is a widespread problem, but there are plenty of ways to reduce your plastic use and swap out non-sustainable items for eco-friendly products in your own home.

Here are five of our favourite podcasts to help you stay up to date with the latest environmental issues and learn how to live a more sustainable life.

There’s plenty of ways to cut down on plastic when grocery shopping, but shopping online is trickier as you have less control over your shop and how your delivery is packaged. Here are some handy tips for doing a plastic free shop online.

Want to give your home a more natural, eco-friendly vibe? Follow our simple tips for lowering your footprint and greening up your surroundings.
Rushing to the supermarket to buy over-priced conventional paper – and often being faced with empty shelves – is so 2020.

With every dollar we spend, we’re making a choice. Here’s how to make sure your money is going to companies that deserve your hard-earned coin and align with your values.

With so many toilet paper products available on the market, it’s hard to know how to make the best choice for your home and the environment. While many products claim to be sustainable or environmentally friendly, some options are definitely better than others. Read on to find how more.

Instead of throwing them into the recycling, there’s a raft of ways to re-use your Pure Planet Club empty toilet roll tubes. Read on and get creative!

As we all know, there’s nothing fantastic about plastic and we need to drastically reduce - or even better - remove plastic from our shopping carts and homes. Here are some simple ways to do just that.