The Big Picture: why do we need to go Plastic Free? Plastic-Free July is a great time to start or continue down your journey to cut out single-use plastic. I’m sure many of you are keen to do this, but when faced with supermarket aisles full of plastic, it is very hard not to just … Continue reading How to go #plasticfree Part 1: Plastic-Free Kitchen
Read this fascinating guest blog all about the insects in the wildlife around you - by nature writer and artist Chloé Valerie Harmsworth
This garden packs in a wide range of fruit and veg in just 10 square metres. A great opportunity to explore something very special with a pond, raised beds, fruit trees, compost bins and shaded seating areas.
A change from ‘want/have’ economics to ‘need/ consider’ economics: the desperate and hysterical consumption of the 80s and 90s now looks decidedly distasteful and is being replaced by a borrow/reuse/packaging free/fewer-better kind of purchasing.
Follow the Blue Dot Art Trail with over 30 incredible pieces of art all on the theme of single-ue plastic #SustFest19 @plasticfreesta