26 zero waste bathroom swaps

26 zero waste bathroom swaps

Lately I’ve been highlighting ways to go low-waste in the bathroom, and there’s a key reason for that: in my own experience, it’s been easier to access eco-friendly bathroom products than food. Because we typically don’t need to shop for toiletries or personal care products as often as food, I find it easier to choose those products with care: sourcing them from local small businesses or even ordering online if access is proving challenging.

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Coronavirus, the environment, & disaster capitalism

Coronavirus, the environment, & disaster capitalism

Keep paying attention! Now is more important than ever to keep tabs on politicians and corporations. Why? Because now is the time when environmentalism and human rights issues (inherently linked) can be overlooked, and even pushed aside, by politicians in favour of corporate interests when we’re not looking.

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Interview with Jen Gale, author of The Sustainable(ish) Living Guide

Interview with Jen Gale, author of The Sustainable(ish) Living Guide

I’m absolutely delighted to share with you this interview with Jen Gale, author of the brand-new book, The Sustainable(ish) Living Guide. I loved reading the book, and I highly recommend picking up your own copy! (PS. I also have a giveaway on my Instagram, so check it out!)

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