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Water Saving Eco Tips

By Kate Haines,
Filed in climate change, Eco Tips, sustainability

rainwater harvesting, water butts

Although the UK is associated with wet weather both April and May have been particularly dry and we have had very little rain. With climate change on the horizon and some might say happening now, water conservation is something we need to take seriously… Here are a few simple tips/good habits to get into…. 1. […]

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3 Natural Ways To Help Anxiety

By Kate Haines,
Filed in Natural Health, natural remedies

CBD products eco, cbd anxiety

Anxiety is something most of us have to deal with at some point in our lives, but in some cases, it can become crippling. This is usually when people start looking at medication and other solutions. The issue here, however, is that traditional medication often comes with severe side effects, some of which can actually […]

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The Benefits Of Adding Trees To Your Garden

By Kate Haines,
Filed in climate change, green gardening, sustainability, wildlife

tree care, tree surgeons

Creating a glorious, natural garden that is manageable and benefits the environment can be a challenge for amateur gardeners, but it doesn’t have to be if you do your homework and learn the basics. There are many easy ways that you can incorporate sustainability into your garden, including using recycled garden products, creating a compost […]

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6 Sustainable Building Trends For 2020 And Beyond

By Kate Haines,
Filed in Energy Saving, green home, home improvement, Renewable Energy

modular house

Construction is not an industry known for its sustainability but that is changing. While technologies and specific solutions grab the headlines, the industry itself is slowly adapting to a new appetite for sustainability. What exactly is changing and what sustainable building trends are we seeing this year? Construction, like every industry, is having to adapt […]

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Plants To Grow At Home

By Kate Haines,
Filed in green gardening, sustainability

eco friendly gardening

It’s hard to believe that we are suddenly in the midst of a global pandemic and in lock down and whilst we maybe safe at home (not stuck at home) we might still be reluctant to go to the shops or supermarket. One sure-fire way to have fresh fruit and vegetables on tap is to […]

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