Our plastic obsession is a horrendous problem. But what can we do? Join us on a journey to reduce plastic pollution for Plastic-Free July.
What materials and processes you should be watching out for to be truly sustainable with what you are wearing? It’s easy to be confused as there is some overlap but it’s worth understanding how the two differ.
We need to celebrate wonderful organisations like 5 Gyres: a non-profit that has been fighting plastic ocean pollution for nearly a decade. Here’s some of the good things they get up to:
From fashion to hygiene, here are 11 simple ways you can curb your carbon footprint and have more sustainable festival fun!
As an eco-friendlier and often cheaper choice, for part of zero waste week, we wanted to show off our favourite zero waste stores across the UK where you can go plastic-free whilst looking after your pennies.
We’ve answered some of your questions about organic cotton – the soft, fluffy, interesting and important crop that Natracare products are made from!
Plastic is a man-made substance, which is produced by heating and processing finite crude oil and adding other chemicals to it. You’re using it right now – it’s part of your computer, phone, and tablet.
Here are 12 small steps you can take to make 2018 more sustainable and help create meaningful change in the world.
Whether it’s saying no to single use plastic or investing in reuseables, here are our top ten tips to help you this Zero Waste Week.
700,000 panty liners, 2.5 million tampons and 1.4 million pads are flushed down the toilet every day. It’s time to sea red.