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The Bomb is Ticking: Global Temperature

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Many people know that there is a lot of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere of our planet, but the soil contains almost three times bigger amount of this gas. The soil absorbs about a quarter of all wastes related to the human activities every year. If global temperatures rise by 2 ° C, this vital […]

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How to Shop with the Planet in Mind

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It’s fair to say that recently the idea that we each have a carbon footprint cannot be avoided. With people like Greta Thunberg and David Attenborough constantly advocating the need for change and protests taking place across the planet it feels like now more than ever we need to be aware the impression we make […]

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Organic Ways to Feed Your Plants

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Nitrogen If you want your leafy crops and salads to flourish, you won’t be able to do this without supplying them with a rich source of nitrogen. There are a few easy ways to do this, the first way to do this involves everyone’s favourite weed, nettles. If you have some nettles near by you […]

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Staying Clean Whilst Living Green – Part 3

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Bio D If you suffer from allergies it can often be an issue purchasing certain cleaning products however Bio D are a brand that specialise in providing hypoallergenic products that won’t harm your skin or (as an added bonus) the environment.

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Staying Clean Whilst Living Green – Part 2

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Greenscents Unlike the previous companies Greenscents is a brand based online, so though you may not be able to pop down to your local supermarket to pick up their products all you do need is an internet connection which is still handy.

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Staying Clean Whilst Living Green – Part 1

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It would seem that 2019 is the year of the green, with people all over the world trying to find new ways to make a difference and reduce their carbon footprint on this planet.

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Veganism 101: Reasons to Go Vegan – Part 2

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In the first post of this series, we talked about what veganism is about. If you missed it, we talked about how, while vegetarians avoid eating animals, vegans also avoid consuming dairy products, eggs and honey as well as using fur, leather, wool, down or products -as cosmetics or medicines- tested on animals. Now, we’re […]

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Veganism 101: What Is It? – Part 1

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A lot goes on when we talk about environmentally friendly ways of living and being respectful with our animals is one of the main concepts of that. Even though a lot of myths surround the term ‘veganism’, which should not be confused with ‘vegetarianism’, the reality is that its complexity embraces more than a diet, […]

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When Is Eco-Friendly Not That Eco-Friendly?

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So, we decide to be more conscious about the environment. We read, we learn, we make choices. At the end, we modify our lives to sustain an eco-friendlier life. But what if what we think we’re doing and the money we’re investing at keeping our world alive is not actually as helpful as we might […]

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Can Activism Stop Being Annoying?

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Let’s face it, environmentalists get a bad rep. We’re seen as annoying, self-righteous, and judgy loudmouths who criticize everyone around us and need to loudly express our beliefs every chance we get. A lot of it is unfair criticism, and yes, it is annoying to always be the butt of the jokes of people who […]

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