With the current climate crisis looming over the world, more and more people are becoming concerned with environmental issues, wanting to do more to help. However, it can be hard to know where to start, especially with a lot of pollution and other global warming factors being caused by big businesses. There are many things the everyday person can do to decrease their carbon footprint - the tips below should help!
Plastic packaging and products are so common, we have become complacent about buying them and discarding them. We put our faith in inefficient recycling programs, often failing to realise that very little of the plastic ends up being recycled.
As conscious consumers, we can make changes to the way we buy to reduce the plastic we put into the environment. Here are some simple steps we can take.
Gaming is increasingly an online pursuit as technology develops. We download or even stream games from the cloud. We play online with friends alongside millions, using enormous servers that process an incredible amount of data. The games are developed on computers, played on a variety of electronic devices, and often shipped as physical copies manufactured from plastic and other materials.
There is a negative aspect to gaming that isn’t as widely discussed as it should be, and that’s the environmental impact of consoles. In this blog post, we discuss how consoles affect the environment as well as the alternatives available out there.
There have been many issues that have been thrust to the forefront of our minds in recent years, not least of which has been what we can do to better protect the beautiful planet we call home. From campaigns to ditch single-use plastic and products with palm oil for eco-friendly alternatives, calls to amend our diets, and pleas to change our shopping habits, the opportunities to become more sustainable seem to be never-ending!
If you have pets, then it's probably safe to say that you care for animals and the environment. In this post, we'll be talking you through a few small, easy ways that you can adopt a more sustainable approach to being an animal lover and pet owner!
It's safe to say that gaming has boomed during lockdown. There were more than 2.7 billion gamers across the world in 2020, and by 2023, that number is expected to increase to a staggering 3 billion. Games were an essential source of entertainment for many during the pandemic, but COVID-19 also showed the effects our lifestyles can have on the environment. Whether you are a casual player or a hardcore fanatic, you can use this hobby as a force for good and use gaming to help tackle climate change.
Creating a garden that looks beautiful is a common want, but creating one that attracts wildlife is something your garden needs. Here are some easy ways you can attract wonderful wildlife to your garden, whilst keeping it at an affordable cost and easy to maintain.