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Rubies in the Rubble: An Interview with Founder Jenny Costa

Rubies in the Rubble: An Interview with Founder Jenny Costa

Rubies in the Rubble are our second sponsor for the April/May issue of Seedling magazine! They are an amazing company making condiments out of food which would go otherwise go to waste – and their products are all vegan-friendly, too. We interviewed founder Jenny Costa to find out more about the origin of the company … Read More

How Does Plastic Pollution Affect Marine Life?

How Does Plastic Pollution Affect Marine Life?

This week’s guest post comes courtesy of Anna Kurcircova, who is extremely knowledgeable about the impact of plastic pollution on the oceans. I am very passionate about this topic, and it makes for a fascinating read. Enjoy! *** When you gaze out onto the ocean, you probably think of glorious marine life, vast depths, and … Read More

What’s New in the World of Eco-Friendly Period Products?

What’s New in the World of Eco-Friendly Period Products?

This week, I’m delighted to be publishing a guest post by the lovely Jackie Bolen of ReusableMenstrualCup.com, who is an expert on all things related to eco-friendly periods. I wrote a post a few weeks back on how to use a menstrual cup; this week, Jackie will follow that up by discussing the most recent … Read More

How to Use a Menstrual Cup: a Comprehensive Guide

How to Use a Menstrual Cup: a Comprehensive Guide

By now, you’ve probably heard of menstrual cups, but you may be unconvinced by the idea. If that’s you, today I’d like to answer some questions that many people have about menstrual cups, and hopefully convince you to take the plunge and try one out! For those who are unfamiliar with menstrual cups, I’m going … Read More

How to Stop Wasting Food: Solutions to Food Waste

How to Stop Wasting Food: Solutions to Food Waste

The UK has a problem with food waste. Here are some statistics I found on the government website: We waste around seven million tons of food every year The average household throws away £470 worth of food per year Bread, fruit and vegetables are the most wasted foods Businesses are guilty too – the manufacturing … Read More

Recycle Everything! How to Send Less to Landfill

Recycle Everything! How to Send Less to Landfill

Let’s talk recycling! I know, it may not seem like the most inspiring topic. But it is important – and we often don’t realise how much we can recycle. Many people rightly point out that we need to minimise the amount of waste we produce in the first place. This is absolutely true, but we … Read More

Why We Should Be Buying Second-Hand

Why We Should Be Buying Second-Hand

Many of us are uncomfortable about buying second-hand. We fear that used items will be in poor condition, or are squeamish about using someone else’s castoffs. Often, we only buy second-hand when we need to save money. But I think buying second-hand is very important for a variety of reasons – so much so that … Read More

Biodegradable Plastic: The Solution to Pollution?

Biodegradable Plastic: The Solution to Pollution?

Plastic products are ubiquitous in today’s world. But what happens to these products when they are discarded? It’s common knowledge that ordinary plastic either doesn’t biodegrade or takes a very long time to do so. This has made plastic pollution an increasingly troubling problem. It looks ugly and kills animals which mistakenly ingest it – … Read More