Q&A: WASTE FREE PLANET

Q&A: WASTE FREE PLANET

Plastic Free July Feature Blog: Waste Free Planet, one of our fave go-to resources for conscious lifestyle, education and ideas!
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SHARK WEEK: Meet Shark Girl Madison

SHARK WEEK: Meet Shark Girl Madison

We invite you to meet Madison Stewart; a 22 year old Australian filmmaker, diver and educator passionate about shark conservation, through her organisation Project Hiu.
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How To Inspire Friends & Family To Live More Sustainably

How To Inspire Friends & Family To Live More Sustainably

You’ve made the choice to become more mindful about your impact on the planet, but your nearest and dearest aren’t as aware or involved as you are. You want to say “come on guys - let's make an impact together”
but how?

We can’t tell our friends what to do, but we can help them to understand and hopefully adopt some eco-friendly habits. Here are our tips.
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How Composting Can Save Our Planet

How Composting Can Save Our Planet

Curious about composting? This quick-fact guide by the lovely Daisy Goodwin of @sustainable.simply will give you a deeper looking into how our food-waste plays a HUGE role in global warming, and the simple action we can all take to help keep our planet happy, healthy, and thriving!
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How Coconut Bowls Are Made

How Coconut Bowls Are Made

People are always asking — how are Coconut Bowls made? So, to help explain what makes each bowl so unique, we're taking you on a little tour! From tree to table, we'll show you how each bowl is sustainably sourced, eco-friendly, and hand-crafted to welcome light, love, and a touch of nature to your home!
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5 Swaps to Spark Your Waste-Free Journey

5 Swaps to Spark Your Waste-Free Journey

With all the options out there, choosing a more sustainable lifestyle can seem a bit daunting — but with these 5 simple swaps, kickstarting a sustainable lifestyle is easier than you think! 
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10 Reasons Why Bamboo Straws Are The Solution To Single-Use Plastic Straws

10 Reasons Why Bamboo Straws Are The Solution To Single-Use Plastic Straws

The dangers of plastic straws are well-known at this point. So why do people keep using them? Convenience? Lack of a more appealing alternative? Well, we’ve got a solution that’s not only sustainable, but stylish and convenient too! For those looking to cut plastic straws out of their lives, here are 10 reasons to switch to eco-friendly Bamboo Straws!
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9 Sustainable Products To Help You Succeed This Plastic-Free July

9 Sustainable Products To Help You Succeed This Plastic-Free July

The dangers of plastic straws are well-known at this point. So why do people keep using them? Convenience? Lack of a more appealing alternative? Well, we’ve got a solution that’s not only sustainable, but stylish and convenient too! For those looking to cut plastic straws out of their lives, here are 10 reasons to switch to eco-friendly Bamboo Straws!
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The Cost of Takeaway Products: Why You Should Bring Your Own

The Cost of Takeaway Products: Why You Should Bring Your Own

For many of us, enjoying a good takeaway meal is one of life’s small luxuries. It’s something to look forward to during a long day at work, or when you just can’t muster the energy (or time) to get creative in the kitchen. However, the increased convenience too often comes at a large environmental cost. 
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Why You Should Quit Single-Use Products

Why You Should Quit Single-Use Products

The world is finally waking up to the plastics epidemic. Defined as ‘items that are designed to be used only once before being thrown away or recycled’, single-use plastics epitomise our society’s throwaway culture and pose a significant threat to the planet as we know it. Since just nine percent of the world’s plastic is recycled, most of it ends up in landfill, the environment, and oceans and waterways. Once there, it does not biodegrade - instead, it takes thousands of years to decompose, posing a danger to our wildlife and polluting nature. Despite increasing awareness of the dangers of single-use plastics, production continues to increase year by year, and unless we all take immediate action it is estimated that the amount of plastic in the ocean will triple within a decade - and eventually outweigh the number of fish. Thankfully, we can all do something about it by committing to quitting single-use products!
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