A couple of years ago I made a decision to stop drinking from plastic bottles, all plastic bottles. The results of which may surprise you. Continue reading “Drinking Plastic”
If you have been paying attention to the news lately, you may have noticed lots of talk about Plastic Straw bans. But what’s the point? I mean straws represent less than 0.1% of all the plastic waste we throw away. How can a ban possibly have any effect? Continue reading “Is A Plastic Straw Ban Really So Important?”
Ask anyone, they will tell you, I am sure, they are not responsible for the plastic pollution. “But I always dispose of my waste properly! I always recycle when possible!”, you will hear them say. But, if no-one is responsible, how does so much end up in the rivers and the ocean?
“Wet wipes don’t flush and make up 93% of matter causing UK sewer blockages”.
Not only that but they contain rash causing chemicals and are unsustainable. Stop trashing the planet and baby’s bum and make your very own Baby Wipes. #20 on our list of 52 ways to reduce your eco-footprint are these natural, chemical free and easy to make Baby Wipes. Continue reading “DIY Baby Wipes – 52 Ways to Reduce Your Eco Footprint #20”
The minimum daily salary mandated by the Thailand government increased this year to THB330 (US$10) a day.
Could you live on $10 a day?
This year, the Taiwan National Cleanup Day was scheduled to run on the 20th May 2018. What preceded was to be months of planning, running around, last minute cancellations and meltdowns. In the end, how did it all go? Continue reading “Taiwan National Cleanup 2018 – The Results”
In many Countries around the world, 13th May is Mother Day. Our guest writer this week, Gus Stewart from GardenAble, shares some great recipes and activities for your vegetarian (or any) Mom! Continue reading “Time to Celebrate with a Vegetarian Mother Days”
“Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they have the heart” – Elizabeth Andrew
Come join us for this year’s 2018 National Cleanup Day in Taiwan – Sunday 20th May Continue reading “The Taiwan National Cleanup Day – 20th May 2018”
Did you know that Australian’s generate 360kgs of food waste every year? This is 8x more than the average Chinese person. The Chinese, however, throw away 61 million tonnes a year! Some incredible facts and figures from this year’s World’s Food Waste Winners! Continue reading “Food Waste Around the World”
Every once in a while you come across a project so inspiring, you cannot help but be moved by it. Although this article is about zero waste, it is really a story about empowering women and respecting the struggles they endure everyday. Continue reading “Zero Waste – Empowering Women”