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Natalie Isaacs Explores Why We Need To Reduce Our Household Food Waste And Why It’s A Climate Change Issue!

The week before lockdown in Sydney, I was lucky to be able to travel to Port Macquarie to have a hugely important conversation, about food waste's impact on climate change, with 100 wonderful women.

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Rather Than Wait For Governments, Let’s Harness The ‘Power’ Within Our Hands

Governments change systems when enough people stand for something.

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What can go in the compost bin? Tips to help your garden and keep away the pests

Knowing exactly what to put in your compost bin can be tricky – We are experts in food resilience and sustainability, and have prepared this “dos and don'ts” guide to get you on your way.

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Recipe: Slow Cooker Baked Beans

I like to make these baked beans in bigger batches and freeze portions for later on. Whether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner, anytime of day is slow cooker baked beans time in my books!

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How To Create An Eco-Friendly Sharehouse (And Not Start A Housemates War)

There are ways to get the household on track to being an earth-loving abode!

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7 Reusable Products That Will Help You Keep Single-Use Plastic Out Of Your Life Without Even Thinking About It!

Doing good for the planet can often make our lives simpler!

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14 Brands And Organisations To Support That Will Help You Lead A Life That Aligns With Your Values

Introducing you to some of the amazing brands and organisations on the 1 Million Women Marketplace

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Two Friends On Making The Decision To Become Vegan And How They Did It

MJ and Erin worked together 14 years ago, staying in contact via the occasional ‘like’ or comment on Facebook. Yet, via her facebook posts, MJ was to have a profound impact on Erin’s life. This is the story of how first MJ, and then Erin, adopted a vegan lifestyle.

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Interview With Entrepreneurs, Educators, And Kinder Kitchen Founders Julia Jeremiah And Fran Wilby

Kinder Kitchen is a global community consisting out of local projects for young people aged 9 to 14 who come together to creatively prepare and share meals from fresh, local, surplus food.