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.
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?
For weeks the Amazon Rainforest has been on fire and the results are heart breaking. If you’re just hearing about it now it’s because of the lack of media coverage, […]
Our Meet articles are E.C.O.'s way of showcasing and celebrating the efforts of normal, lovely people who are changing the world's outcomes both big and small
We chatted to Alex from Treat Your Planet to find out what caused a pair of beach lovers set up an online shop.
We loved speaking to Harry from Club Cultured who are brining tasty tempeh subs to tummies near you.
The clothing industry in playing a huge part in global warming and the industry accounts for 2-10% of the environmental impact of EU consumption
Many of you will have heard about Plastic Free July, the global movement to refuse single-use plastic for the entire month of July 2019. Hopefully you have already signed up and this piece will give you some tips to use from July onwards
There are some things in the world of being an eco nerd that are easy to give up. Plastic toothbrushes (who cares), straws (self congratulatory smirk as you decline one) and plastic bags (linen totes are cuter anyway)
Face wipes are a necessity for most women and often end up being the quickest and most convenient go-to makeup remover but it turns out it’s a pretty dirty habit
Since the beginning of this year in my mission to cut down on single use plastic I’ve cut out tubes of face wash. Instead I’ve started using a face wash bar wrapped in recyclable and mostly non-plastic packaging
Two years ago I was leaving a job and was given a seemly strange leaving gift. A brightly wrapped toilet roll. By then my team understood how much I cared about the environment and was always looking out for tips and tricks to share with me.
Between the ages of 16 and 22 I lived every woman’s dream. I had the contraceptive implant and it stopped my periods with basically no side effects
Our 'Meet' articles are E.C.O.'s way of showcasing and celebrating the efforts of normal, lovely people who are changing the world's outcomes both big and small