July 02, 2020
Scientific evidence of the impact of plastic on the Earth’s ecosystems and wildlife, date back to the 1980s. Nonetheless, despite many documented cases, it’s widely acknowledged that the full extent of the impact of plastic on ecosystems is not yet known.
There are three main ways plastic can affect wildlife. These include:
The above information is just scrapping the surface of our global plastic pollution problem. It is therefore, so important for our collective awareness to increase and for the collective to say no to plastic more and more and utilise alternatives wherever possible.
So with Plastic Free July upon us, what are some simple swaps you can do in your home (because let’s face it, we are all spending more time at home!), to help reduce your plastic use and subsequent waste?
Plastic Free July have put together some great information about easy, daily swaps you can do oh so simply and I am so happy to share some of these great tips in this blog article.
These are just some ways you can slowly reduce your plastic use in simple and doable ways.I hope you will choose to be part of Plastic Free July by choosing to refuse single-use plastics.
Small changes can collectively have huge impacts!
Information sourced from: Our World in Data and Plastic Free July
June 06, 2020
Clearly, we have a waste crisis on our hands, not only in Australia but also world-wide. It is our responsibility, as individuals, to do something about it. So, what small activities and actions can you engage in, to help reduce waste you are creating? Here are 10 ways you can reduce your waste, very easily and quickly!
May 21, 2020
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