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How To Turn Your Closet Into A Capsule Wardrobe

Reducing your clothing footprint doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice style.

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Forget Recycling. Here’s How To Live Zero Waste In 3 Simple Steps

Recycling less may in fact help us to reduce waste and greenhouse gas emissions.

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3 Ways You’re Indirectly Supporting The Fossil Fuel Industry (And How To Stop)

Once again, we’ve been served with another “hottest year on record”, and we’re recovering from another heat wave, one that caused fire warnings to fill our newsfeeds as out of control fires burnt through rural towns. But did you know that you may be indirectly contributing more than you thought ...

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Jaime Lannister Is Documenting The Impacts Of Climate Change In Greenland

The Game of Throne star has partnered with Google to unveil the changing landscapes of Greenland through Google street-view.

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What Is Ecofeminism?

How can I ensure my rights as a woman are upheld? How do I confirm that the sanctity of the planet is cared for? How can I guarantee that the rights of all living things are respected without diminishing or isolating other marginalized groups in the process? The answer lies ...

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8 TED Talks For The Aspiring Minimalist

These TED talks are sure to inspire you to buy less, stress less and live more.

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5 Great Sustainability Podcasts To Play Now

Become a sustainability expert while you’re on the go with these 5 captivating podcasts.

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This Woman Built A Tiny Home And Is Giving Away The Plans For Free

Blogger and DIY queen, Ana White is inspiring women to undertake DIY tasks by offering the plans to her tiny home for free.

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How Much Does It Cost To Become Carbon Neutral For An Entire Year?

In order to put a price on your CO2 emissions, you first need to know how much of a footprint you’ve made.