Winter always sneaks up on us. It seems to come out of nowhere, sliding in on the breeze that rustles through the autumn leaves, turning the world from golden to brown. Here are seven tips to get wintering homesteaders started.
Most people spend almost a third of their lives at the office. Work-based activities can have a huge impact on the environment and sometimes we are completely oblivious to it.
The lengthy days of sunshine wane into crisp mornings, snowfalls, crunchy walkways and more time inside; here are eight tips for preparing and maintaining solar panels in winter.
However you choose to wile away the colder months, careful consideration of what to burn in the fireplace is one way to make greener choices.
Just a few simple changes can transform your bedroom into a toxin-free haven of peace and tranquillity, helping us to achieve a more restful night’s sleep and helping the planet at the same time.
The bathroom is probably the most overlooked area of an eco-conscious home. The simplest measures can go a long way to reducing both water and energy wastage in the bathroom.
In the spirit of the Christmas season, our decisions should be considerate of others, and of the world in which we live and love. What could be better than a heartfelt exchange of gifts which are both kind to the earth and deeply personal?
The festive season is an excellent opportunity to go green in every way, including what you put on the dinner table. In support of a vegan lifestyle, we've gathered a few ideas for a vegan-friendly Christmas from foodies around the world.
Food waste accounts for up to 29% of the amount of trash each year in the US. Here are 9 effective ways to reduce your food waste at home.
Focusing on seasonal vegetables as we prepare for winter is a sustainable approach to vegetable gardening. Winter vegetables grow slower, need slightly less water, and don’t overdraw on the nutrients in the soil. Here are 8 essential tips you can use for gardening in winter.