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Try these simple tips for being kinder to the planet, they’re achievable for anyone and easy to add into your daily routine.
Incorporating cleansing bar soaps into your daily routine is a small but impactful step towards reducing your environmental footprint. They generally come in sustainable packaging such as cardboard, or are even sold package-free. Bar soaps also cost a lot less than liquid washes and tend to last much longer – up to three times as long.
Every choice we make as pet parents can help contribute to a greener planet, whether it’s the food we buy them, the way we dispose of their poop or the snuggly beds we pick out. Read on for 10 great ways to be an awesome eco-friendly pet owner.
Tackling one area of your home at a time is one of the best ways to change your habits to be more eco-friendly. Here are some simple but effective ways to switch to a plastic-free laundry.
The amount of plastic in our environment has increased exponentially over the past few decades. One study estimates that we have produced more than eight billion tons of plastics since 1950  – with more than half of this being produced over the past 20 years. Only around nine per cent of plastic gets recycled, with the rest ending up in landfill or in our waterways and natural areas.
The kitchen is the heart of the home and a great place to start when you’re looking to save energy and money. Here’s a list of 10 easy ways to green up your kitchen routine.
The combination of heating and cooling your home throughout the year is the biggest energy consumer in the average home, using up an estimated 40 per cent of household energy.
Using less water has multiple benefits for the planet – it reduces the need for extracting water from rivers, decreases the amount of wastewater produced and treated, lowers energy needs for treating and transporting water and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.
Whether you’re keen to spruce up your home, renovate a newly purchased ‘diamond in the rough’ or you’re renting and want to save money and make your home more eco-friendly, there are lots of great projects you can try to help green up your home.

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