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Can fast fashion be sustainable?

11th February 2020

Can fast fashion be sustainable?

How do you feel about fast fashion? By definition, fast fashion is ‘the reproduction of highly fashionable clothes at high speed and low cost’ and is something we’re encouraged to avoid if we want to do our bit for the planet. But for some, investing in sustainably sourced fashion can be expensive, even if it […]

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Beat the January blues with Bio-D

31st January 2020

Beat the January blues with Bio-D

We’re now well into the new year, and across the nation people are feeling those post-Christmas blues. And with the cold winter nights keeping us inside on an evening, we all need a little boost. To help lighten your mood and keep you feeling your best, we’ve put together some helpful tips on how to […]

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Top tips for a vegan Christmas dinner

18th December 2019

Top tips for a vegan Christmas dinner

Here’s a round up of your top vegan Christmas dinner tips for this festive season! Make your Christmas eco-friendly this year with Bio-D.

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Simple Christmas cleaning tips for budding eco-warriors

15th November 2019

Simple Christmas cleaning tips for budding eco-warriors

Christmas is just around the corner, and with that comes a week of non-stop parties, family gatherings and time away from home. With so much going on, it can be difficult to keep on top of the cleaning at home, whilst being eco-friendly in the process. In fact, a survey by kitchen roll brand Regina […]

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Halloween horror stories 👻

23rd October 2019

Halloween horror stories 👻

It’s estimated that Halloween costumes alone will create 2,000 tonnes of plastic waste this Halloween, according to nature charity The Fairyland Trust and environmental charity Hubbub. But it’s not just oil-based plastic costumes that are taking their toll on the planet. Halloween decorations are also packed with unnecessary plastic that are easily avoidable. Take a […]

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In celebration of refills

13th September 2019

In celebration of refills

Reusing empty bottles and containers to refill with household essentials is one of the easiest ways to reduce single-use plastics. This is why knowing where your closest independent refill stations are is so important. Originally beginning with pantry essentials like beans and pulses, the refills now available have come on leaps and bounds. As well […]

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Save the planet this summer holiday!

15th August 2019

Save the planet this summer holiday!

Looking for something to do with the kids this summer holiday? Keep things environmentally friendly with our checklist of interesting and inspiring eco-activities that help save both money and the planet!   Create a minibeast hotel There’s nothing more eco-friendly than getting out in the open and creating activities from nature. Make your own minibeast […]

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Eco-friendly festivals!

16th July 2019

Eco-friendly festivals!

Fancy a festival with green credentials next summer? Check out our list of the biggest and best eco-friendly festivals across the UK to add to your bucket list. Sunrise Celebration Taking place in Hertfordshire, Sunrise is an ethical living, organic arts and music festival that is all about being good to the earth, as well […]

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Five people in your life that should watch Our Planet

18th June 2019

Five people in your life that should watch Our Planet

It’s safe to say that climate change is a topic on the world’s mind. Eight-part Netflix documentary Our Planet has opened our eyes to the devastating effect that our actions are having on the environment, and people are eager to make a change. According to the documentary’s narrator and the nation’s favourite naturalist, David Attenborough, […]

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30 eco-tips to take from our ancestors

7th June 2019

30 eco-tips to take from our ancestors

Previous generations were a lot more eco-friendly than we first thought!   Across the world students are walking out of lessons and taking to the streets, urging politicians to take vital action on climate change. Known as ‘Generation Z’, these school children are taking part in climate strikes to demand action in order to save […]

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