If you’ve been spending more time at home with social distancing and working from home encouraged, you might’ve wondered how much more energy you’re using at home. More time at home doesn’t have to drastically impact your energy use. Try these simple methods to minimise your carbon footprint and energy bill.
Natural rubber is made from the sap of the hevea brasiliensis or ‘rubber tree’ which produces a natural latex. It’s been harvested for over 3500 years.
Natural rubber is super resilient and has a higher tensile strength than synthetic rubber, meaning it takes more force to tear it apart and break it. Great for when you need just one more twist of the hair tie!
So you’ve heard about the impact eating meat has on the environment, and you’ve decided to reduce the amount of animal products you consume. But where to start? And how can you possibly stick to it?
It can be daunting to change your diet and break the food habits formed over a lifetime. But thankfully, with a few simple substitutes, it’s actually easier than you think.
Going sustainable can be easier than you think. Follow these simple steps to reduce your waste and give the environment a helping hand.
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