Sea Foam and sand
Sea Foam and sand

Eco Blog

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.

What exactly are ocean garbage patches? How did they accumulate and more importantly, what can we do to clean them up? Read on to find out…

This month the movie My Octopus Teacher took out the award for Best Documentary Feature at the Academy Awards. The movie chronicles filmmaker Craig Foster's mission to let a curious octopus welcome him into her underwater world. But the Oscar also signifies a big win for the oceans too, read on to find out more.

There are lots of benefits to using bamboo toilet paper in favour of conventional toilet paper made from virgin wood pulp. From protecting the environment to saving water and animals habitats. Here is everything you need to know…

In celebration of Earth Day, we’ve rounded up some top environmental stories from around the world.

In the western world, the vast majority of us use toilet paper on a daily basis without a second thought. However, conventional toilet paper is becoming less and less sustainable and is increasingly detrimental to our precious planet.

One third of our planet is covered by forests, and World Forestry Day on March 21 is a great time to enjoy, celebrate and protect them.

Come with us now on a journey so harrowing, you will want to get down on your knees and kiss that soft little cylinder that sits in your bathroom (pre-use, obviously).