How Solar Roofs Effect The Environment A Guest Post by Cosmometier Going Solar Climate change is an issue contemporary society would like to forget about. However, as time progresses, the effects of climate change continue to worsen and alter Earth’s weather patterns. This has led to the fruition of creative ideas by wealthy entrepreneurs… Read More How Solar Roofs Effect The Environment
How to Start Living Greener A Guest Post by Sarah Kearns Climate change and global warming are hot topics right now, in part because of the serious implications. While politicians and world leaders argue over who is responsible and how it should be handled, many people are becoming increasingly frustrated with the lack of progress… Read More How to Start Living Greener – A Guest Post by Sarah Kearns
So you are thinking about living a plastic free life? Me too!!! I am still a relative newbie to the plastic free life and zero waste movement. So know how hard and overwhelming it can be to know how to get the ball rolling and being that it’s Plastic Free July I want to give you… Read More Advice for Getting Started with a Plastic Free Life
Let’s start with the benefits of Compost: Compost is a great way of getting essential nutrients and moisture into your soil. It also attracts worms and other micro-organisms which make beautiful soil those in the know call “Black Gold”. My favourite benefit is that it reduces waste. A lot of the rubbish I used to… Read More How to Make your Own Compost on a Budget
In 1989 an ‘average Australian bloke’ had a simple idea to make a difference in his own backyard – Sydney Harbour. This simple idea has now become the nation’s largest community-based environmental event, Clean Up Australia Day. As an avid sailor, Ian had always dreamt of sailing around the world. In 1987 his dream came… Read More Clean Up Australia Day 2017
When I made the decision to start living an organic and cruelty free life, it was a no-brainer that I would become vegetarian and start using cruelty free only products. I have always been an animal advocate. Whenever I donate to a charity it’s always to an animal charity like: Animals Australia, Animal Welfare League… Read More A Cruelty Free World – How You Can Help
Bottles used to package water can take over 1,000 years to bio-degrade and if incinerated, they produce toxic fumes. It takes up to 3-7 litres of water and one litre of oil to produce one litre of bottled water, that’s not including the oil required for transport. Most water bottles end in landfill. It takes… Read More Water, Water, Every where.. Nor any Drop to Drink.