Why Pay More?

Reduce, reuse, one brown planet

By Paul McNeil

Too many of us make price the bottom line when we buy something new.  Too few of us link price to quality or consider the implications of always searching for the cheapest goods.  While it is not always viable to buy the most expensive product on the shelf, here are ten good reasons why not to buy the cheapest one either: Continue reading “Why Pay More?”

A New Major Global Plastic Free Movement

An international group of 90 NGO’s has recently come together to lay out a vision for a future free from plastic pollution. Including some of the global leading organisations such as Greenpeace, Oceana, Plastic Pollution Coalition, Friends of the Earth and the Taiwan Watch Institute, the Break Free from Plastic Coalition is looking to raise the awareness of plastic pollution and the increasing impact it is having on the earth’s ecosystems. Continue reading “A New Major Global Plastic Free Movement”