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Sustainable Travel We’re pleased to recently have been included in Condé Nast Traveller’s feature on Sustainable Packing Advice for the Modern Traveller. The mag recommends putting together a ‘zero waste travel kit’ for your snacking and hydration needs, including a lunchbox, reusable coffee cup, straw and bamboo cutlery set (as well as a reusable bottle[…]

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How Much Water Do You Need To Drink A Day? How much you sweat might actually make a difference Guest Blog Written by Alex Polish from BarBend If you’ve ever felt light-headed and glanced at your neglected water bottle, you might have realized pretty quickly that you never actually use it when you’re not in[…]

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There’s a preconception that in order to live sustainably, you have to do so perfectly. That you have to make massive and drastic changes to have a significant impact on the environment. However, there are many reasons why this isn’t the case. Everyone has the power to make the difference, but ultimately, lots of people[…]

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Unsure about what the problem is with single use plastic? Imagine this… You wake up, you’ve slept through your alarm. You frantically shower and brush your teeth because you’re going to be late otherwise. You didn’t have time to guzzle some water before you left and your throat is dry, so you dash into a[…]

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SPONSORED REVIEW – Reusable Stainless Steel Bottles From Refreshingly Transparent Sustainable Brand, Onegreenbottle 12th December 2020 The pressing need for the reduction of plastic waste has been a hot environmental topic for some time now, and sustainable alternatives have become a regular feature of many of our lives. For gym-goers, commuters and school kids, in[…]

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Plastic is choking our oceans and killing marine life. Every year we throw away millions of tonnes of plastic. And vast amounts of it finds its way into the ocean. As the plastic breaks down into tiny pieces it’s consumed by marine animals. All this plastic pollution means a cocktail of harmful chemicals can be passed up the food chain. Plastic[…]

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Written by Jo Ruxton Ten years ago this summer marks our first journey to the ‘so-called’ Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Ready to film for our documentary A Plastic Ocean, we joined a team of scientists expecting to encounter a vast island of floating plastic “twice the size of Texas”. On the 1,500 mile journey to the centre of[…]

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