Wherever you are in the world right now, like many others you might be starting the feel the effects of isolation on your mental health. Humans are sociable animals by nature so staying in your house 24/7 is bound to feel strange and at times quite isolating. There are ways, however to combat these feelings and keep your mental health on the right path.
We give you the top eco stories from this week. We hope you enjoy!
Here's our round up of the biggest environmental news stories from the last 7 days...
Sometimes it can be challenging to hear about the state of the planet and it’s often even harder to read about it, but there are lots of environmental documentaries out there which make watching more manageable and focus on solutions rather than just the problems.
This sauce is super versatile and can be used in virtually any Mexican recipe including fajitas, enchiladas, burritos and Mexican pasta. The best thing about this recipe is you can adjust the spice depending on your taste.
This week has seen Coronavirus be declared a global health emergency by the WHO, the UK leave the European Union, and Katie Hopkins get trolled into attending a fake awards ceremony in Prague.
With Veganuary ending today we just want to say a massive congratulations to everyone who took part. Whether you’ve cut all meat and dairy out of your diet or just cut down, your actions are making a difference to the planet and to animals.
While many restaurants still don’t have a plant based option or have the odd measly salad, the options are slowly starting to open up. We've trawled the best plant based options in chain restaurants and we’ve found an extensive range across many cuisines...
This week has seen mixed environmental news from talk of new coal mines being build in Australia to David Attenborough's new documentary being confirmed to hit cinemas in April.
This is your perfect veganuary weeknight meal, it’s easy to make and ready in under an hour. We love this meal because it’s really flavoursome and reheats well making it perfect for lunches. All you’ll need is one large pot and a spatula to get going!
With Christmas over and it being the first week of a New Year this year has largely had a good start!
This article is exactly what it says on the tin, a quick guide on how you can wrap your Christmas presents plastic free and more sustainably!
: This week has seen the Conservative Party win the general election and a volcano unexpectedly erupt in New Zealand and kill fifteen people. In environmental news this week...
This Christmas we want to help you buy useful presents for your loved ones and hopefully save some money (and the planet) along the way. According to a survey 60 million unwanted presents will be given this Christmas, big hitters include bathing products, films and box sets, candles, chocolate and socks.
Many of us have grown up with a menu heavily influenced by animal produce. Now there is such a variety of meat substitutes we are able to eat the same meals either as a vegetarian or a vegan. This Cottage Pie is a great example of a meal where the flavours are still strong, warming and comforting, without eating any animal produce. We make efforts to change the way we think about food, both where it comes from and how it's produced. If you can still feel like you're eating what you want to, or what you're used to, its much easier to enjoy a diet with reduced animal produce.
This article looks at how you can offset your carbon and neutralise your carbon footprint
We all have certain habits we repeat on a daily basis. Sometimes becoming more environmentally aware can feel like a big task. So instead of adding lots of new habits to your day (which can be stressful), why not start by altering the existing ones?