Day 37 of 365 Days Of Low Carbon Living.
When was the last time you visited your local public library?
If it has been a while, you might find a lot has changed. You may not even need to go to the library to access some of its services.
There a great community resource and an important component of low carbon living. Continue reading
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Day 23 of 365 Days Of Low Carbon Living, where I repurpose a container instead of throwing it out to recycling.
Plenty of things we buy come in containers. Think food, health supplements, even chemicals.
What do you do with a container when you finish the contents? Continue reading
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Day 2 of 365 Days Of Low Carbon Living.
The post-Christmas January sales roll on and people are madly grabbing ‘bargains’ to update their wardrobes.
Yet some of us are busy enjoying the freedom that comes with not buying into the modern mantra/obsession/addiction of Continue reading
Are you (or your friends or family) throwing away valuable stuff and at the same time increasing greenhouse gas emissions?
This happens every time you put your kitchen leftovers and garden ‘waste’ into the general rubbish bin. (Did you know that over half of Australia’s household garbage is made up of food and garden waste?)
From your home, the contents of your rubbish bin Continue reading
How do you work out what food to buy?
Do you take a guesstimate, or work from a meal plan and recipes, to determine your shopping lists?
And how does that go? Continue reading