Facts & Figures
In recent years, concerns over consumer behaviour have compelled interior designers and home decor brands to consider how their work will impact the world.
Concrete coastlines are not only unsightly, they are also frequently an environmental hazard, but a group of forward-thinking ecologists is working to change that.
This guide will show you how to upcycle your furniture using 3 easy chalk paint techniques [blending, frottage and gilding] to create a textured, aged look.
A quick and easy hat for the novice or experienced knitter. Perfect for cold nights, for lovers of homemade creations, and for lovers of owls.
As our climate crisis begins to unfold, unravelling the very fabric of life on planet Earth, it’s perfectly understandable to feel paralyzed by fear and grief.
The “Zero Waste Homes” concept: what it means, the hierarchy of zero waste, why we should aim for zero waste, and ways that we can strive for a zero waste home.
Teaching kids about sustainable living doesn’t only benefit us today: it also means that we are helping create a healthier future for our children.
Consumers today are more aware of the impact of their choices on others and the environment. Sustainable options might help achieve decision satisfaction.
We all need to fight for our governments to deliver the broad-scale, top down changes that are needed so that we can live in a reasonal yet sustainable way.
Many celebrities have used their platform to promote positive change. Here are some A-listers who stepped up for our planet in the last 12 months.
As the New Year Resolutions start to pour in, many of us want to live a more sustainable life. Knowing where to begin is a challenge in itself.
Not so very long ago, zero waste living was something few people had heard about. Today, it’s top of the list for many eco-conscious people.
The best way we can address the issue of plastic waste is to add our voices to the clamor pushing for systemic change. But what can we also do at home?
While we wait for governments, car companies, and power providers to create the infrastructure to allow us all to aim at living zero net carbon lives.
If we hope to avoid the impending climatic disaster, carbon neutrality should be the goal of everyone, but is net-zero carbon emissions truly achievable?
She would rather spend her Fridays in school. Instead, Anna Kernahan can be found protesting for climate, often alone, in the heart of Belfast.
His 100-day climate vigil may not have effected the original goal, but Ollie Langridge is grateful for small victories. He discusses his experience, and where to go from here.