Let's talk about bioplastics

Bioplastics. PLA. Polylactic Acid, to be precise. A plastic with one stand-out difference. Unlike other thermoplastics, which are petroleum based and, thus, incredibly detrimental to the environment, PLA is not only biodegradable but also bio-based. Consisting of such raw materials as corn starch and sugarcane, PLA is, in the strictest sense, renewable, and is an innovative and exciting move away from the harmful other plastics currently occupying the majority of the space in the industry. Continue reading »

Carbon Offsetting

We all know flying is bad for the environment – it’s suggested that commercial flights account for just above 2% of global carbon emissions, including the large proportion of the world that don’t fly at all. Whilst shaming people about flying is not the answer, those of us who are able to do something about it probably should. Continue reading »

10 best eco-friendly household brands

As times have changed and we have become more aware of how our choices affect the world we live in, brands have slowly started following suit. Many cleaning products are based on products that are toxic and harmful to the environment, and similarly a lot of products we use everyday leave a massive impact on the Earth. Continue reading »

What to do in London this IWD

International Women’s Day is here again; women across London have been working hard to put on various events around the empowerment of women. We’ve compiled a list of our top picks to help you make the most of the day. Continue reading »