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The results weren't as disastrous as you might fear.
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Get organic food without the price tag.
If you like to unwind with a shopping spree, you'll totally know what we're talking about.
First of all, they are expensive.
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We're in the waste management business.
Why throw them away when you can turn them into super cute headbands?
It's time to double down.
We Are Knitters
Go forth and thrift, people.
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The most gorgeous way to recycle.
No freezer is complete without a stash of cookie dough in it.
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Simple steps to reduce your fashion footprint.
What goes around comes around, people.
You should try doing the same.
We explore the labels giving back environmentally and ethically.
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Sustainable, stylish and spectacular.
I remember arriving in London in 2013 and making a beeline with my daughter for Gap, Zara and H&M to gorge on dirt-cheap fast fashion. I knew no better. Now I do. Now I ask myself one question before I buy. Where are my clothes coming from? A straightforward question, with huge and complex ramifications.
But there are ways around it.
Turns out there's nutrition in all those knobby features.
Feasting at Home
The campaign throws the brand's dedication to sustainability into sharp focus.
Peter Piper picked a peck of ... preserved peppers?
We’re drowning in eco-wash. I’d be pleased about this state of affairs, except that regularly I observe moments of earnest environmental engagement that get it so selfishly, blindingly, egoically wrong. Dangerously so.
From the woman who can fit every bit of rubbish she's produced in three years into a single jar, to the cafe using 'Jesus water' to clean its kitchen, the 'Zero Waste' movement is growing on both side...
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Worldwide, we generate about 1.2 trillion kilograms of garbage per year. Where does it go?
Your mornings may a little less soggy very soon.
You might be throwing out perfectly good food.
We think you'll find these very appeeling.
"We’re at a stage in the Olympics where social and financial responsibility are much more important than they used to be."
Homemade Granola by Elise Barber, New Holland Publishers
Thrift shops are your best friend.
Hellooo, chocolate granola muffins.
There are rules you should be following.