Conscious Consumerism

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What you eat, what you wear – is it going to change the world? Does being a conscious consumer make a difference? This ‘Roundtable’ Video shares different opinions from professionals in the industry, including a member of the Fairtrade Foundation and the Director for the centre of Research for Sustainability at Royal Holloway University. All opinions presented include solutions to change the behavior of notView Now

A Life With Less Waste

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‘Happen Films’ brings us this 10 minute video, giving us a sneak peek into the life of the ‘Carter Family’ in Hobart Australia. This inspiring story shows us how an average suburban family of 5 have taken action to live a waste-free life as best as they can. Lauren, Oberon and their kids have found a way to produce almost no waste over the lastView Now

Plastic Packaging Concerns

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‘Plastic Pollution Coalition’ shares in this short Article information we should all know about Plastic Packaging…. Scientists from around the world agree – the chemicals in plastic packaging are contaminating our food and putting our health, particularly the health of our children, at risk. An unprecedented report documenting over 1,000 peer-reviewed studies on the subject, called Impacts of Food Contact Chemicals on Human Health: AView Now

Climate Change 101

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We hear it so much that it feels like a buzzword, however Climate Change as we know it today is a real and serious issue. In this short video by ‘National Geographic’, ‘Bill Nye’, the Science Guy, explains what causes climate change, how it affects our planet, why we need to act promptly to mitigate its effects, and how each of us can contribute towardsView Now

Start Living Plastic Free

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This Article from ‘Plastic Pollution Coalition’ gives you some simple and basic tips on how you can get started living Plastic Free…. Single-use plastic items are so common that it’s easy not to notice them. But plastic is everywhere — ubiquitous plastic bottles of water or soda; the plastic straws delivered in our drinks; the plastic bags offered to us at stores; the plastic cups,View Now