Sea Foam and sand
Sea Foam and sand

Club Diaries

At Pure Planet Club, we believe in the power of collective action to drive positive change for our planet. This year, Earth Hour is amplifying its impact by extending beyond the symbolic 60-minute lights-out moment, inviting people worldwide to participate and make a lasting difference.
In the pursuit of an eco-conscious lifestyle, we know that every small choice counts. One often overlooked yet impactful choice is the use of a soap dish. Choosing a soap dish that is plastic-free, reusable or biodegradable over a disposable alternative is an easy way to avoid contributing to the production of plastic. Here are five reasons why you should always use a soap dish.
Let’s take a look at how toilet paper is made, and how each different type of toilet paper – recycled, bamboo, and traditional toilet paper - affects our environment, for better or worse.
Choosing sustainable, earth-friendly Valentine's gifts is a thoughtful way to show your love while also being mindful of the environment. Here are some of our favorite gift ideas for Valentine’s Day.
Miniature green havens are popping up in cities all around the world, offering fresh air and a sanctuary for humans and wildlife.
While environmental challenges often dominate our newsfeeds, it’s important to highlight and celebrate the stories that remind us positive change is not only possible but already in train.

As we head into a shiny New Year, it’s a great time to start thinking about your goals for 2024. Here’s a list of resolutions for sustainable living, both big and small, that can help create a more eco-friendly planet.
Most of us know the items that can be recycled in our homes, from paper to glass jars, magazines and drink bottles. However, did you know there are lots of other household items that are suitable for recycling? Here’s a list to get you started.
Forget the plastic tree this year, check out our top tips for taking a more sustainable approach to decorating your home. 
Whether a child is at the beginning of their school experience or in university, it’s never too early or late to start teaching them ways to be more sustainable in their everyday lives. It’s a skill that will set them up for a bright future as well as having a positive impact on the world around them. 
Being conscious of the products you put on your skin is just as important for you as it is for the environment. 
The Ocean Cleanup, a non-profit organisation working to eliminate plastic from our seas, has removed a record amount of rubbish from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in one go.