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Take care of the beach this summer

Take care of the beach this summer

Trips to the beach often means bringing things that get left behind, but there are lots of ways to look after our local beaches this summer, or others we visit…


Why and how to grow herbs

Why and how to grow herbs

Herbs are an ideal choice if you’re thinking of planting at home – they take up less space than many plants and it’s great to have them close at hand if…


Permaculture for sustainable design

Permaculture for sustainable design

If you’ve looked into permaculture, you might be wondering how this system of design is different to other ways of gardening and shaping the space where you…


Choosing greener appliances

Choosing greener appliances

Many of the things we do to be ‘greener’ at home involve reducing waste, so we often think about reducing plastic packaging or using all the food we purchase.…


Going zero waste in your kitchen

Going zero waste in your kitchen

The kitchen is often the heart of the home and a hive of activity, which is why there are are so many types of waste that might be created. It’s here that we…


Why we’re proudly microbead free

Why we’re proudly microbead free

We’ve been advocating for a microbead ban for many years, and with a New Zealand ban on the horizon, it’s a good time to re-affirm our commitment to microbead-free…


Podcasts for green living

Podcasts for green living

Podcasts are a great way to soak up information in your spare time. If you’re keen to be more in the know when it comes to sustainability, being a conscious…


How to teach your kids eco habits

How to teach your kids eco habits

Teaching kids how to live sustainably is very important for their future. Introducing these ideas at a young age will mean that they adopt good habits for the…


How to help kids go green

How to help kids go green

Teach your kids to live sustainably and you are teaching them to protect their future. Here are some ways to make sustainability fun and engaging.



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