To celebrate the start of Veganuary we introduce our recipe book so far. These are all of our vegan recipes posted since we launched in July 2019, they have all been made and eaten (and enjoyed) by one of our E.C.O. team. We hope you can use these to help you to complete Veganuary, or just try new ways of cooking foods you already love.
I was lucky enough to win the E.C.O. prize giveaway when the blog first started. Not only was I very excited because I never win anything, I also couldn’t wait to try all the new products to make me an eco-friendlier person!
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.
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?
While it seems unlikely that vegan cream cheese can taste the same as dairy it is definitely true! You can use this cream cheese on cakes (carrot and other), cupcakes, cinnamon swirls and so much more.
Great news! Year on year women around the globe are searching for more environmentally friendly ways to bleed. If you're thinking about switching to a menstrual cup here are a few good reasons why you probably should.
The first part in our hidden plastic mini series is all about an everyday item that most of us in the UK use and dispose of 2-3 times a day on average. Plastic is quite literally everywhere, it’s hidden in products from drinks cans to chewing gum, but did you know it’s in your tea bags? Until recently neither did we
The most effective way of reducing your single use plastic consumption is to shop in bulk food stores. With more people gaining awareness of plastic waste and as a result cutting down there are increasingly more bulk food stores popping up
Though it seems like the warm weather (read: terrifying global warming heatwave) is coming to an end in the UK, many of us are still looking finding some last minute summer sun by the sea.
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 loved speaking to Harry from Club Cultured who are brining tasty tempeh subs to tummies near you.
Bread is one of the UK’s favourite foods with 99% of households buying bread – which equates to almost 12 million loaves being sold each day and most of which in single use plastic
In case you missed the 1000s of smug social media posts (mostly from katie) and 3 full days of BBC coverage, Glastonbury was on this this weekend. 200 thousand people […]
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
Before we get to ways we can reduce our water usage it's really important to find out exactly why we should conserve water. Here are only five reasons cherry picked to encourage you to reduce your water consumption
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