Growing your own herbs at home can be enjoyable and satisfying. Fresh and organic ingredients in your home available all year round to make delicious meals. Growing your own herbs is incredibly easy and cheap to do.Read More Grow your own herbs at home.
Plants are one of nature’s best friends, not only do they add life into your home, they have so many other benefits to keep your air clean. In modern life air pollution has never been higher. Whether that is due to issues relating to industrialisation, climate change or ourselves adding chemicals in our home. Not […]Read More 10 houseplants that will clean the air in your home.
Iceland’s TV advert as part of their #NoPalmOilChristmas campaign has been banned but Iceland are using social media to make sure you see it. Rightly you should. Everyone knows palm oil has a stigma to it and it’s not ethical. But not everyone knows why or the damage it causes to our environment and the […]Read More Iceland’s Christmas advert raising awareness of palm oil has been banned… But we must watch it.
Composting is a process some people are unsure about. Is it difficult? Does it smell? How do I get started? This blog will cover all those questions and more.Read More How to compost at home.
Urban farming, what is it? How do is start? Do I need a outdoor space? How does it help the planet? This blog covers all those question and links to sites which can help even a first time gardener get started.Read More What is urban farming?
Microbeads have a dreadful impact on our ocean and its inhabitants. What is a microbead and what impact does it have? How can I avoid them? What have governments around the world done to stop them entering our ocean?Read More What are microbeads?
What is soil pollution? Soil pollution is generally caused by human ignorance and negligence such as industry, farming and deposing of waste improperly. Soil contamination is both a risk to nature and human health. Some contaminants naturally occur in soil, but when the levels of contaminants are higher than they naturally should be, the soil […]Read More Effects of soil pollution.
Bees are essential to human survival and there decline if of great concern. It is estimate one third of our food is pollinated by bees. In the UK 267 species of bees but around 20,000 worldwide. It has been declared multiple species of bumble and honeybees are extinct. They are essential to our food production […]Read More Why are bees so important?