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This is a Climate Catastrophe and we have to wake up to it.
This is a Climate Catastrophe and we have to wake up to it. Our lungs are on fire. Literally. Forests in Greenland, Siberia and Brazil, Indonesia, Turkey, The Canary Islands, Bolivia, Alaska are burning. July 2019 was the hottest month on record. Politics and Politicians are at fault but to quote Gowri Varanashi “What people … Continued
Sustainable Festival Packs in association with Plastic Free Waterford
We’re delighted to team up with Plastic Free Waterford to promote sustainable toiletry packs for Waterford’s very own All Together Now Festival. You can pre-order your pack and pick it up from the Plastic Free Waterford Tent throughout the weekend. Plastic Free Waterford will be setting up camp in the ‘Road to Nowhere’ (Eco area). … Continued
Interview for Her.ie Conscious Bits Series
Interview for Her.ie Conscious Bits Series Back in May I was delighted to be featured on Her.ie as part of their conscious bits series. I talked all things cloth nappies and capsule wardrobes. You can check out the link to the article here Cloth Nappies: View this post on Instagram Hello Irish Summer 😎☀️💛✌🏻️#FinnAtticusOrr A … Continued
Youme’s first Pop-Up & TerraCycle’s Recycling Schemes
We have some exciting announcements this week. Firstly, we’re joining the other talented vendors at the second Copper Coast Market on Sunday the 30th of June from 11am to 4pm To say we’re excited is an understatement! We’re still working on getting the whole foods side of things set up, so we realistically won’t have … Continued
Tips on how you can start your zero waste journey.
Tips on how you can start your zero waste journey There’s a popular saying by Anne-Marie Bonneau “We don’t need a handful of people doing zero waste perfectly. We need millions of people doing it imperfectly. ” Unfortunately in today’s society, it’s extremely hard to live zero waste. Plastic is everywhere. It can also be … Continued