Posts in Eco Living
The Ocean Has a Patch of Plastic That's 3 Times The Size of France, And It's Growing

Just think about that. 3 Frances all lined up next to each other. That's the size of a patch of plastic (the Great Pacific Garbage Patch) that's currently floating together in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Scientists of The Ocean Cleanup Foundation have recently conducted the most extensive analysis ever of this area, and here's what they found..

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9 Simple Ways To Live More Sustainably

Eco-friendly, sustainable living doesn't need to be difficult. It's as simple as just making a conscious decision to live mindfully of the planet. It's really the little things that all add up; the tiny choices we make every day. From your food, to your wardrobe and your choices whilst out and about: here are some simple things you can do every day to live more sustainably.

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Meat Free Week : goals to decrease bowel cancer

"Let food by thy medicine, and medicine by thy food" wrote Hippocrates almost 2500 years ago. Ok, so it's taken us a while to work this out, but more and more research is focussing on the importance of a healthy diet to a healthy body - and reducing meat consumption is one of those elements. This week, (August 1 - 8) is Meat Free Week in Australia, and the event is sponsored by Bowel Cancer Australia, in a reminder about the link between diet and a healthy body. Here's a week of delicious recipe ideas which are long on flavour without a skerick of meat....

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