A change in our attitude to plastic packaging is long overdue.
Many people are beginning to tire of the consumerism that now surrounds Christmas, and excessive consumption is damaging to both the environment and our wallets. But it’s perfectly possible to celebrate Christmas in a sustainable way – here are some tips to help you do just that.
Save money and the environment!
Maybe you want to buy your loved ones useful, planet-friendly gifts that won’t end up in landfill. Or maybe you’re buying for a die-hard tree hugger. Either way, don’t despair – there are plenty of options out there.
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The problem with cheap clothes
This post contains one or more affiliate links, which help to sustain Little Green Seedling. I only ever recommend things I truly believe in! In a previous post, I discussed our disposable culture and its impact on our planet. It’s easy to feel powerless in the face of such a massive issue, but there are … Read More
My thoughts on the link between consumerism and our disposable culture.