5 gorgeous shopping bags made from eco friendly linen, a charming alternative to plastic shopping bags.Read More
In an era where it’s (slowly) dawning on us all that single-use items are not sustainable, let’s consider the more environmentally friendly alternative to the everyday disposable tissue. Enter exhibit A: a delicately embroidered handkerchief made from Oeko Tex accredited pure linen.Read More
There really are some wonderful brands out there working to clean up the fashion industry, and to have a positive impact on the world.
Melbourne-based Bhumi certainly fit this bill. After witnessing firsthand the enormous amount of harm done to workers and the environment in fast fashion and textile supply chains, the founders were inspired to create a brand that does things better.
Now, they want you be a part of their story.Read More
Have you ever been troubled by how much single-use plastic you’re handed on plane flights? Well Portuguese airline, Hi Fly, is working to change that. Over the Christmas holiday period last year, Hi Fly completed the world’s first completely single-use plastic-free commercial flights.Read More
If you don’t want to succumb to the commercialisation of Valentine’s Day - and we’re with you on that - here are 14 ideas that are all about shared experience and attention. Because isn’t that what a celebration of love should be about?Read More
Being on holiday can certainly make it trickier to avoid single-use plastics. This is something I definitely find. But with a little bit of organisation and forethought, it can still be quite simple to save a whole lot of plastic..Read More
Eco-friendly, plastic-free and biodegradable alternatives to plastic dish clothes, sponges and brushes.Read More
How to buy the most eco-friendly cut flowers.Read More
A few of our favourite stores in Melbourne for package-free, organic wholefoods. They also stock natural beauty and eco cleaning products.Read More
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..Read More