• Cutting Back On Kitchen Plastic By Ellie Loxton

    Water bottle? Check. Glass mason jars? Check. Reusable straws? Check. Like many of us, I’ve taken steps towards reducing my plastic consumption. The problem, however, remains critical, with experts predicting more plastic than fish in the sea by the year 2050.How can we take steps to reduce our plastic waste in the home? 
  • Sustainability Aspirations for Everyone by Nicole Valentinova

    Sustainability has become increasingly important to the future of life on our planet, and finding ways to be more sus...
  • Is the War on Plastic Being Lost? London

    Consumer awareness of the dangers of plastic products and their effect on the environment has increased significantly in recent years. However, knowledge and action are different things, and some evidence suggests that while consumers are now more aware of the environmental damage which plastic products can cause, they have yet to change their behaviour. So what can we do?
  • Plastic and its negative ecological impact By Sarah Dodds

    Over the past couple of years, I too have found myself swept up in the tide of new information and awareness on the topic of plastic and its negative ecological impact. It’s great to see it becoming more at the forefront of conversation across the media and society in general.

  • Going Organic to Save the Environment from Plastic Pollution

    Biodegradable plastics were invented in the late 1980s as an ultimate solution to plastic pollution. However, they did not live up to the expectations given that some of them, especially plant-based plastics, don’t biodegrade. That means you cannot throw them in a compost pit and expect them to decompose as tree leaves do.