This month, I'm running a giveaway with Boody Australia.
If plastic-free stores selling unpackaged foods are proving to be a successful business model, can't regular supermarkets begin to take steps towards reducing their plastic waste? Anita Horan of the #PlasticFreeProduce campaign thinks they can!
Enter to win prizes in ethical fashion, sustainable underwear, eco beauty and zero waste products.
The following list is composed of eco-friendly and vegan alternatives to the standard products we gift to our lovers on Valentine's Day. Your perfumes, your naughty underwear, and your chocolates are all included.
For many, this is a time to sit down, reflect on how we've grown the past year, and set new goals for the coming year.
Where there is a demand for cheap workers, there is also a risk of trafficking and forced/bonded labour.
Some ideas for more thoughtful, sustainable gifts.
Since July I've been washing my hair with only one thing: Apple cider vinegar.
Palm oil plantations replace tropical forests, kill endangered species, uproot local communities, and greatly contribute to the release of climate-warming gases.
A quick breakdown of commonly used environmental terms.
This brand seemed like something I'd dreamt up.
WRAPPA Reusable Food Wraps are easy plastic-free alternatives when transitioning to zero waste living.
Vegan. Sustainable. Non-toxic. Fair trade.
Combined they embody many of my eco values from minimalism to veganism to zero-wasting.
If you’re not prepared to hear about vaginas, don’t read past this sentence.
The way we clean our homes is causing algae blooms and jeopardising marine life.
To use, simply sprinkle some onto your toothpaste or dip your toothbrush into the powder.
No fancy equipment required.
Just because something can theoretically be recycled doesn't mean your council has the means or interest to do so.