Did you know that every second 1-2 football fields of forests are cut down? Did you know that half of the world’s tropical forests have already been cleared? Did you know that the number of the Earth’s wild animals has halved over the past 40 years, and every decade, another 10% of remaining wildlife will become extinct? Here’s how you can help protect our rainforests and the threatened and endangered species that call them home…
We're on bit of a mission to help you reduce your waste. Everyday more and more plastic enters our seas, lands on our mountains and pollutes our world. We have partnered up with Onya to give away a plastic free pack to help you on your way.
Eav is an Environmental academic with a key interest in the elimination of marine debris.
It's no secret, plastic pollution is a big problem, but it’s also a visible one that we can solve. Altering your life to reduce consumption and waste, and persuading others to do the same is an important step to improve the way we care for our oceans and environment. Read more about the affects of plastics and the nooks and crannies they might be hiding in.
Emma, mama of Jack and Sonny and creative brainds behind Mamalina; a blog, vlog and YouTube Channel aimed at all things motherhood. Emma is passionate about family, travel, yoga, sustainable living and generally enjoying a slow pace of life. Check out Emma's top tips for zero waste parenting.
Test your own recycling knowledge? Do you know what goes in which bin? We all know plastics are no good, but which plastics are worse than others? Check out what's what on our blog. See you at the recycling bins
We love the outdoors and are passionate about keeping our environment natural, plastic free, the way it should be. We are creating a mini-blog series where we share our top tips on how you can work towards reducing your use of single-use plastics. Make one small change or change it all, be part of the movement for a greener, clearer world.
Lauren Jones: Mama to Morgan and wife to Justin. Lauren is a keen and brave adventuress with a sustainable mindset and love for the outdoors.
Lauren is one to embrace a good challenge and in her own words believes that “self-discovery begins where your comfort zone ends.” Lauren is putting this into action on July 15 as she and her family undertakes a 1,800km trek, unaccompanied through the Australian outback.
Read more about their epic journey in our blog post!
People who truly respect and appreciate our local bush would never intentionally enter these areas to damage it, however sometimes it’s harder than it seems to leave without a trace. When you are bushwalking, it’s important you consider the impact of the environment you are treading into. These top 7 tips will assist your next day walk.