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Are *YOU* keen to take the challenge? The Plastic Free July Organisation - Join millions of people reducing their plastic waste. "Plastic Free July is a global movement that helps millions of people be part of the solution to plastic pollution –

How you can make a difference to save the environment. We just love to see big companies and brands bringing awareness to making a difference to our planet! The latest issue of Cosmopolitan SA is their first green issue, on shelf now.

Weird and wonderful facts that we’re pretty sure you didn’t know about the ocean and our environment.   It’s been a big week environmentally – speaking. Wednesday 05 June was World Environment Day and tomorrow is World Ocean Day so it seemed logical

Father's Day is around the corner, Sunday 16th June, put it in your diary 😉 Most parents / parent figures just want to spend quality time with their family but if you want to treat dad, we've rounded up some of

Guilt-free pampering! We’ve rounded up some of South Africa’s top eco-friendly and green beauty brands. Times have definitely changed and we are now spoiled for choice when it comes to the selection eco-friendly, clean and green beauty products available. Even a lot

We did a post on Facebook a while ago defining the term “bagasse” and it attracted a fair share of likes and engagements and so we thought we delve a little deeper into this wonderful ingredient. Styrofoam and plastic remain the

The awards recognise South African communities or government institutions; business projects, services or products; organisations or individuals who are contributing to an urgent quest for a more sustainable world. *This article is from one of our favourite feel-good websites The Good

This is a gift guide with a twist, it’s still a gift guide but with free, almost free, green and some spoils, there’s something for every mom (and pocket)! (And just so you don't forget, Mother's Day is on Sunday 12th

We’re always told to recycle BUT how many of us know and understand what can and can’t be recycled and what those little numbers in the triangles actually mean? We are first to advocate recycling; it’s a great step in choosing