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Why Reusables Are Still Safe To Use During A Pandemic

Hayley from Onya breaks has done the research and found that reusables are just as good, if not better, if you want to stay healthy during the pandemic.

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Indigenous Weather Knowledge: What We Can learn From Listening To The Land

In most parts of the world there aren't just 4 seasons. Some parts experience two seasons - wet and dry, some have a more intricate 6-season cycle. Indigenous weather knowledge is key to understanding what seasons there actually are and what to expect in them.

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South Korea’s Green New Deal Shows The World What A Smart Economic Recovery Looks Like

South Korea is using the Covid-19 crisis to kickstart environmentally sustainable economic growth.

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How To Make Your Own Crochet Face Washers And Dish Washing Cloths

The only thing you need is yarn and a crochet needle!

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What Indigenous Microorganisms Are And Why They Are Useful In Farming

Indigenous microorganisms are great for the soil and the planet.

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How A Small Japanese Community Embraced Change To Reach Its Zero Waste Goals

This community rallied together, replacing their incinerators and landfill “hole” with an amazing system of reducing, reusing, recycling and composting!

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5 Things I Learnt From Icelandic Writer Andri Snaer Magnason On Time And Water

The hidden gems and words of wisdom from a podcast with writer documentary filmmaker Andri Snaer Magnason.

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Unconscious Consuming: How We’re Influenced To Impulse Buy And Buy Things We Don’t Need

We're constantly inundated with a world that encourages us to buy things without even thinking. This is called unconscious consumerism.

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What’s Permaculture Living And How Can We Start Doing It? Our Chat With Milkwood’s Kirsten Bradley

Have you ever wondered what skills it takes to start growing your own vegetables and live a more homegrown lifestyle?