With a little forethought and a lot of inspiration, we can all do our best to move closer to a zero-waste lifestyle – and even save some money in the process.
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As we celebrate International Women’s Day, we reflect on 5 females who are leading the way in sustainability through their dedication to environmental activism and confronting climate change.
For a lot of us, a cup of coffee in the morning gives us the get-up and go to face the day. But have you ever stopped and thought about the impact you are having?
The Plastic Free July movement was created to reduce plastic waste globally. In 2019 the movement created enough press to reach over 100 million people in readership. So what does this mean for 2020?
While the ethical fashion industry is one major purveyor, organic cotton tampons and pads are another important way that organic cotton is used.
Plastic is having an increasingly detrimental effect on our environment. More of us are starting to realise that the cumulative effect of many people making small changes will help turn this pandemic around.
We asked Kaleigh Heard - co-founder of The Unmentionables - to share her top ten tips for intimate hygiene and how this applies to her work in refugee camps.
Not only does making your own mean reducing the amount of packaging you're using, it also allows you to tailor the milk to your taste.