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10 Things To Do On A Cornwall Holiday With Little Nature Explorers

In Green & Ethical Living, Travelby eva.katona@yahoo.com4 Comments

Cornwall is one of the most beautiful places in the UK. It’s also one of the most popular seaside area for a reason: apart from the gorgeous coastline and pretty villages, there’s plenty of sights and things to explore. Especially with family, Cornwall is a fantastic adventure all year around. Weather you choose to stay in a holiday park, in …

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Eco-Friendly Compostable Wallpaper Solutions

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I’m really glad to hear about brands trying to figure out new ways of producing environmentally friendly solutions to when it comes to home improvement and decorating. IKEA for one has been always good at this but feels like other small and big companies are also joining in the good fight. We might be the lucky generation that not only …

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A Simple Vegan Food List for Beginners

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A guest post written by Kelly Allen. In 2018 I decided to try out Veganuary. I look back and see how far this monthly challenge has come. Now you can pop to virtually any shop and pick up a few vegan food items, but it can still feel very daunting when faced with the prospect of so many companies jumping …

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Health Done Sustainably 

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This is a collaborative post. Living ethically and eating well are often confused as being one and the same thing. The fact is that more often than not, the latest superfood craze has nothing to do with sustainable living. And there are many occasions where eating well pushes people to live well beyond their means and in a manner that …

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Why Is Antique Jewellery Sustainable

In Green & Ethical Living, Styleby eva.katona@yahoo.com1 Comment

This is a collaborative post. I do like antique jewellery. I have a few pieces I have inherited or received as a gift and I wear them on special occasions. My favourite thing about them: they get you wonder about their previous life with a previous owner and how many lives a piece of fine jewellery can have. What I …

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Know About Parasitic Infections And Natural Cleansing Options

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This is a collaborative post. Parasitic infections are common throughout the world. In fact, malaria alone kills over 600,000 people each year. Children from sub-Saharan Africa are the most infected. The Centre for Disease Control and Prevention has found several occurrences of parasitic infections in the United States as well. People who have a parasitic infection will benefit greatly from …

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My Ethical And Green Picks Of The Month: December 2019

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One of my favourite thing about my blog is that I have this massive opportunity to make a difference. I use my blog to spread the word and make people aware of green and ethical issues. I find, that the best way is to do this by introducing other options, that are positive choices for people and planet. We don’t …

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How To Reduce Your Household Waste During Christmas

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This is a collaborative post. As much as we all love Christmas, it’s not actually a planet-friendly holiday. Not as much as it used to be – since consumerism took it over, it all became about the presents we buy and receive, the decoration that has to be up to the trends and lots of food of course. The bigger, …

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Why Living Off-Grid Is Now Much More Economical

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This is a collaborative post. One of the most interesting questions in the current environmental debate is the so-called “carrying capacity” of planet Earth. It refers to the number of people that the planet can sustain, given current trends and consumption habits. If people continue to use transport, energy, food, water, minerals, and plastics at the rate that they do …

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How to Make Your Yacht Holiday Eco-Friendly

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This is a collaborative post. Travelling can make a pretty big environmental impact. However, if you are embarking on a bareboat yacht charter holiday there are plenty of ways that you can reduce your environmental footprint. Eco-friendly travel is really important these days – especially when you consider the high emissions of flying. But sailing around on a yacht can …