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We Dare You to Eat Your Plate!

We Dare You to Eat Your Plate!
A new 100% natural, edible alternative of plastic plates could help ditch the plastic waste of large events. Find out more from our article!

28+5 Zero Waste Christmas Gift Ideas

28+5 Zero Waste Christmas Gift Ideas
Surprise your loved ones with gifts that help tackling the waste problem! Your eco warrior mates will surely love them, and these beautiful, stylish products will make it effortless to become a zero waste advocate for those who are not already familiar!

It’s official! EU considers BPA an endocrine disruptor!

It’s official! EU considers BPA an endocrine disruptor!
This is a huge deal for our environment and human health too, as it is necessary for the strict EU level regulation of endocrine disruptors in the future.

Disposable Water Bottle? Not Cool!

Disposable Water Bottle? Not Cool!
Even in areas where tap water is safe to drink, demand for bottled water is increasing - producing unnecessary garbage and consuming vast quantities of energy. Stop this insanity and choose reusable!

Are You Wasting Resources When Washing Recyclables?

Are You Wasting Resources When Washing Recyclables?
Many people fear that if they wash the recyclables they waste precious water. If you’ve been concerned about this too, keep on reading!

12+ Products that Help You Cut Waste

12+ Products that Help You Cut Waste
The zero waste movement is getting more and more popular, which is great news for the environment and us in it! Want to join in? Read our tips!

Cloth Diapering Guide

Cloth Diapering Guide
Washable diapers are a great way to reduce waste: an average child uses 4-6000 diapers until being potty trained, which equals to approximately 1 tons of non-degradable material on the landfills. But the many kinds of cloth diapers seem confusing for beginners. So we created this guide to make your decision easier!

Toxic Beauty Ingredients to Avoid

Toxic Beauty Ingredients to Avoid
Once you know the ugly truth behind the ingredients of beauty products, you will put back most of them on the shelves right after reading the ingredient list. Let’s see what you should avoid by all means!