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Leave No Trace: Camping With A Conscience

Even in our down time, doing our bit for the environment is important to a lot of us. Here are a few things we can all do to ensure we aren’t damaging the beautiful areas which we camp and holiday in.

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Interview with Artist and Gentle Activist Eva Bakkeslett

Eva Bakkeslett mediates relationships between humans, nature and culture as a living organism.

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Cork: The Ultimate Sustainable Material?

Unknown to many, cork is an incredibly sustainable and versatile material

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Conscious Gifting This Festive Season

Let's spread the love this year!

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Personal Health Reasons Mean I Can't Fully Cut Meat Out. Here's What I Do To Reduce My Foodprint

​Many of us are aware of the detrimental effects the meat industry has on our planet and as much as we'd like to cut down eating meat or cut it out completely, sometimes it's just not possible to do this

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Renewed Pressure On Australia From Pacific Islanders For Climate Action

Australia can’t bury its head in the sand while its Pacific Island neighbours are already living the impacts of climate damage.

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Reflections On Protecting And Loving Our Planet 1 Year On From The Black Summer Bushfires

The path to protecting our planet, is to love our planet.

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National Parks For All: Accessibility In Nature

We know that having a connection with nature is linked to improved mental and physical health and promotes better concentration. Looking after our well-being and having that connection with nature is a right that should be afforded to everyone and making our publicly funded outdoor areas more accessible is the ...

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How Social Media Can Make Local Communities Stronger

We hear a lot these days about how social media is tearing us apart. But sometimes, if we use it the right way, it can bring us together as well.