What does ‘sustainability’ even mean anymore?
Inspired by my Dad, a man who can fix pretty much anything and who is a real-life beacon of genuine sustainability, here are 13 tips for saving money by making your home more sustainable.
These are all cost-effective tips, do not involve any big purchases or significant lifestyle changes, and require nothing more than a simple change in attitude to implement.
Justdiggit is a wonderful organisation dedicated to reversing climate change.
Their land regeneration projects are helping to ‘re-green’ our planet, while empowering local communities in the process.
Read on to find out how Justdiggit plans to reverse climate change entirely!
Here’s a run-through of five brilliant new businesses offering alternatives to single-use-plastic.
Each example covered utilises a different material to replace single-use-plastic, from bamboo to mushrooms to avocado pits!
Read on for the details.
It’s 2019, the world is on fire, and we can’t put the flames out ourselves. If we’re going to tackle the climate crisis effectively, we need the big bad companies to help. Luckily, it seems, they are starting to.
Here’s how some of the world’s biggest companies are embracing sustainability in 2019.
With limited resources and facilities, the incredible staff at my local hospital, Sligo General, make life more than bearable for people who would otherwise be in completely miserable situations.
The staff here are incredibly dedicated, uplifting, and inspiring, and deserve far more recognition than they receive. So this is just a little tribute to a truly wonderful group of super-talented people. God bless them all.
Mushrooms can be used to treat the leading global causes of human death. Cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, depression.
They can also help reverse planetary death by stimulating reforestation, cleaning up toxic pollution, eliminating plastic waste, and providing a whole load of other magical solutions.
Read this fungi packed article for all the trippy and not so trippy details.
There’s an innovative new method of aquatic agriculture known as ‘3D Ocean Farming’ that harnesses the power of kelp to clean the oceans and provide sustainable, nutritious food.
Here’s how it can help save the world.
‘WWOOF is an international movement that links volunteers with organic farmers and growers to promote cultural and educational experiences based on trust and non-monetary exchange, thereby helping to build a sustainable, global community.’
Here I share my personal ‘WWOOFing’ experiences, and offer tips on how you can organise yours.
Where Eco Meets Life
Green Living, Green Living Books, Seth Leitman, Green Lighting, Green Guru
Connecting People to Nature, Empowering People to Live Sustainably
Motivation, Self-help, Environment, Futuristic Science & Technology, Technical Drawing with Engineering Graphics, GOD, and Spirituality
A Learning Change Project Blog
Stories about sustainability and reasons to be hopeful.