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What does it mean to be ‘Eco-Friendly’? Being ‘Eco-Friendly’ and ‘Eco-Conscious’ are such trendy things to do these days – it seems like every other person is getting on the ‘Zero Waste’ bandwagon and hype. Or at least we seem to hear these words flung around so often now that they seem to have become slightly ambiguous or may have lost a bit of significance and meaning. Because I don’t think just swapping out your
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ECO-FRIENDLY QUIZ: How Eco-Conscious are you? Below are some questions that you can answer Yes or No. You consider your food waste and think it’s important to compost? You eat mostly whole foods, organic, vegetarian, vegan or mostly plant based? You like to sit and be still for moments during the day to listen to the world? You enjoy being in nature – going for walks, visiting national parks, waterfalls, beach, camping, travel & eco-tourism.
What’s with all this Plastic at Festivals? So I’ve been around the festival circuit in Australia and abroad for quite some time now and I’ve noticed that there’s been a real trend happening from both festival organisers and punters when it comes to trash and managing waste… The interesting thing is that often I see this contradiction when it comes to rubbish and this environmentally friendly conversation… and that’s these seemingly eco-friendly festivals presenting themselves
20 May 2018 10 Simple Ways You Can Cut Down Your Plastic Waste Here are some simple and easy ways that don’t take much effort to help get you on your way to living a plastic-free lifestyle. 1. Stop Using Plastic Bags! – this is a big one that will have a lot of impact. Find yourself some colourful re-usable produce bags and get into the habit of using them. So often you have them
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15 May 2018 How to Start Living Plastic Free First you need to take a closer look at all the plastic in your life and around you – observe how much there is, where it comes from and where it goes. Then, it’s all about finding plastic free alternatives to those products and things that come wrapped in plastic and are made out of plastic – and swap them out. Start with steps – you

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