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It's the start of a new year and a chance to reduce your environmental impact and save some money. These simple tips could help you save around £1167 per yer - thats around $1921 (US) and $...
We've talked many times in the past about composting with worms, the commercial options and the DIY options, previous articles can be found here. Frankly, worms are great but not suited to...
This article had a little bit of guidance from a post found on Sustainability Victoria, which now seems to have disappeared off their website. It's a wok in progress project for us, so we make no...
Here's a rather controversial idea for recycling Paint chip cards. Most renters can't paint their homes (surely we're not the only one with magnolia coloured walls in the living room?)...
Things you need: Clean sterilised jars (you don't need the lid) Muslin fabric Rubber bands Sprout seeds (you could try alfalfa, mustard, mung beans or even radish and broccoli seeds) Water...
Insulating hot water pipes is one of the simplest things a renter can do to make your home more energy efficient, especially in winter, where you could potentially reduce your boiler by 2 degrees....
I found this tutorial and it instantly appealed as it adhere to our ethos of mending things instead of throwing out/recycling and buying a replacement product. I've various friends who've...
The easiest way to avoid wasting food is to be organised. It may sound obvious but unfortunately it's one of those things that tends to be easier said than done. Making a habit of organising your...
I'm definite in saying that broccoli is my favourite vegetable in the world-steamed, with butter, in a soup...all awesome! We're growing some at home and whilst it doesn't look quite like...
Tree hugger offers these strategies if you struggle with your family dealing with your choice of food. This could also apply to your choice of fashion, partner, your weight or anything else...