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A Round Up Of The Best Environmental & Green Books For Children

By Kate Haines,
Filed in Green Book Reviews, Green Directory Reviews

If you’re looking for children’s gifts that are educational, informative, enduring and beautifully illustrated the range of environmental books from Usborne Books are well worth a peruse. One of the newest books in the Usborne range is 100 Things To Know About Saving The Planet which is suitable for children aged 8 and above. Full of […]

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Be Inspired To Mend With The Japanese Cult Classic by Hikaru Noguchi

By Kate Haines,
Filed in Eco Tips, recycling, sustainability, Zero Waste

repair, re-use, make do and mend

When I was first sent ‘Darning’ by Hikaru Noguchi I was struck by the beautiful layout of the book and the inventiveness of the author in the way she mends, repairs and oftentimes transforms pieces of clothing through simply fixes and imagination. The author uses 12 different techniques to illustrate how to mend your clothes […]

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What are the Side Effects of CBD Intake?

By Kate Haines,
Filed in Natural Health

cbd supplements

Cannabidiol has become well known around the globe for quite a while now. At first, people might have been reluctant to take it, but today, this substance is becoming more mainstream and even sold on the high street. We cannot deny the fact that there are positive reasons to learn more about Cannabidiol. After all, […]

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Tips For Being Eco Friendly

By Kate Haines,
Filed in Eco Tips, Energy Saving

green energy, eco energy companies

Although the last two hundred years has brought an unimaginable amount of wealth and prosperity to the human race, it hasn’t been without its drawbacks. Although we live longer than ever and have access to more technologies than ever, it comes at the cost of environmental damage including air pollution, desertification, deforestation, global warming, ocean […]

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Why Water Efficiency is Essential for Businesses

By Kate Haines,
Filed in Eco Tips, Energy Saving, Green Business, sustainability

Current attention has been focused more on energy efficiency than water efficiency. However, demand for water has been growing along with energy usage in recent years especially as the climate changes. Furthermore, water usage requires energy, and it contributes to greenhouse gas emissions. Yet there are many other reasons aside from being eco-friendly to reduce […]

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