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Continuing with our Dudes against Destruction series, Chris aka, The Sustainable Guy, shares his top 5 tips for living sustainably. Here’s Chris:
So far you’ve thought about reducing plastic in the bathroom and kitchen. Today we’re staying in the kitchen for another challenge. We’re going to look at your household cleaning routine.
The “wonky” food thing is a start but I believe they played a part in creating what a “perfect” carrot was.
Continuing our ‘Dudes against Destruction’ series, Kevin shares why he hates waste so much: So I hate waste, any kind of waste, food, plastic, electronics anything at all. I think it might of been because my Granddad would always be fixing something from TVs to video players to lawn mowers and I have become the…
How did you get on in the bathroom yesterday. Were you shocked at how much plastic was in there?
Recently, I’ve had several teens writing to me, asking what they can do to reduce their single-use plastic. When I heard that 17 year old Alyssa had invited her friends to leave their empty cans and bottles outside her tent at a party over the summer – so she could recycle them in the morning…
Continuing our series of giving the Zero Waste men in our lives a platform to share their stories, here’s Richard; today’s Dudes against Destruction!
How did you get on yesterday with discovering your big WHY? I had lots of emails with all sorts of reasons WHY you wanted to reduce your plastic usage this week.
I met Chris on my Facebook Group. Clearly passionate and committed to the Zero Waste movement, I was struck by how few men there seem to be speaking openly about ‘environment issues’. Don’t they care? Are they oblivious? Or do they just not have a platform to speak up? My curiosity led me to invite…
Welcome to the ELEVENTH annual Zero Waste Week! Our theme this year is ‘Plastic – Unwrapped!’ where we’ll be reducing plastic waste. Now, I don’t think plastic is the enemy. Let’s face it, you probably enjoy the convenience of buying things in lightweight packaging, plastic helps prolong the life of foods that might perish if…
At last I can share my good news with you all. I’ve been sworn to secrecy for three weeks now and I can tell you, I’ve felt like a child waiting for Christmas!
Is it just me, or have you noticed that it’s generally women who are ‘more involved’ with sustainable issues? I’ve certainly noticed that women are more outspoken about the Zero Waste Week campaign.
Have you heard of the Mothers of Invention Podcast? When a journalist contacts you and writes “I’m producing an independent podcast about women who are tackling climate change. I’d love to talk to you more about the incredible impact you’ve had so far with your work.” How could I refuse?