In her book The Zero Footprint Baby, Keya Chatterjee explains: "Unlike other household choices, there is no way for diapering to play a positive role in addressing climate change and reducing consumption... when you are diapering you have no choice but to use more energy than you did before having a child." Since they first emerged in... Continue Reading →
Road Test: Milk – is there a sustainable choice?
If you're following me on Instagram or Facebook then you will have been flooded with recipes for milk alternatives this week. This milk post came about because I struggled to find a plastic free bottle of milk for Plastic Free July, so I decided to make my own alternatives at home from bulk sourced, plant-based alternatives.... Continue Reading →
Plastic Free July and My Recycling Audit
Why do we need to end our love affair with single use plastic? The age-old saying goes: a picture paints a thousand words: Photo credit: National Geographic But, but, but... I don't litter, what's happening in these photos is out of my control! Nobody I know with a conscience litters, but it is going to... Continue Reading →