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Summer salads in the wilds, sandy sandwiches and forest feasts: a handful of our favourite UK picnic spots, just in time for national picnic week

Summer salads in the wilds, sandy sandwiches and forest feasts: a handful of our favourite UK picnic spots, just in time for national picnic week
Summer salads in the wilds, sandy sandwiches and forest feasts: a handfulof our favourite UK picnic spots, just in time for national picnic week.Na...

Conversations on conscious consumerism: the traps, hacks and complexities

Conversations on conscious consumerism: the traps, hacks and complexities

We might not be able to single handily change the planet but together we can make a difference to the environment we live in and the future of it. Of course, the small steps that we take are merely a drop in the ocean and the good we feel from doing them must not lead us into a false sense of security.

But sometimes it feels even too bigger commitment to start. We hope that these tips might be useful in consuming more consciously and ultimately help build a more environmentally conscious lifestyle.

Five Sustainable Stories from around the world

Five Sustainable Stories from around the world

A plastic-free July and ocean clean-ups and earth friendly picnics. 

 Our latest eco-friendly and reusable home-wares collection is inspired by the ocean, in particular the plight of our Great Barrier Reef and humanities huge impact in destroying and saving the precious underwater universe.

It is something we all to often shelve to the back of our minds (so guilty). Unfortunately though, the shocking reality is that we are currently balancing on a knife-edge.  Our planet is sick. And, if we carry on as we are, its unlikely the ocean will ever recover. Great blooms of CO2 (amongst other green house gasses)

Let’s Talk about The Great Barrier Reef Foundation

Let’s Talk about The Great Barrier Reef Foundation
Just for a moment, see if you can picture another universe. An upside down one, Filled with water. Where, instead of trees giving life, there are thousands (2,900 to be exact) of living and breathing, multi-coloured animals swaying in the current of the deep blue surroundings, giving life and shelter to all. And it is busy, really busy like central Sydney on a Friday afternoon.