5 things this Monday…

  1. Have you ever seen an okay top in a shop going cheap and decided to buy it only to almost never wear it? I have. Many times. Here’s why it might not be hurting you, but it has more of an impact than you think.
  2. This short video By TED-Ed looks at the ways some creatures have adapted to climate change. It’s such a relief to know that they can adapt in order to survive (though many are in trouble). It means we have a bit more time to sort the world out for them before they become extinct forever! There’s the challenge…
  3. Bea Johnson of Zero Waste Home recently went to Japan and took these amazing pictures of the package-free food she saw there. Like she says: “Once you gain a selective vision for package-free items, you see them everywhere!” It’s just a matter of practice…
  4. Polar bears must be the most cited victims of climate change. I’ve seen a billion and one depressing pictures of emaciated bears struggling on tiny patches of ice and whatnot, but this image of a polar bear rooting around in trash is one I never expected to see. It reminds us why we need to stop creating so much junk in the first place. The same goes for the lion picture at the top of this post- you just can’t get your head around it…
  5. A great way to start to make a difference to the fate of the planet is by cutting out plastic from your life, which can be done by making a few changes to how you shop. Plastic Free Tuesday shows us a few tips for supermarket shopping plastic-free.

2 thoughts on “5 things this Monday…

    • Lydia 08/03/2016 / 12:55 pm

      I’m so glad you found it helpful! Thank you for reading 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

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