People are trying new ways to go green these days, but many of them come with a significant price tag. But, living green doesn't have to be expensive. If you're looking for ways to live a more sustainable lifestyle without breaking the bank, here are a few personal finance tips to get started.
Battery life is a huge concern; if you’re using your device a lot, it can lose charge too quickly. When this happens, we’re forced to seek out a charging point. This poses problems if you find yourself in a place without plug sockets. Enter the solar power bank, a portable, lightweight power solution that can provide charge wherever you are. Here's everything you need to know.
The summer holidays are a great time for the kids to unwind after a hectic school year. But one thing parents hate to hear from their children during this time is, “we’re bored”. Instead of handing over the remote control or game console, consider these fun and Eco-friendly alternatives to keeping your little ones occupied and teaching them a thing or two about the environment too.
A lot of us cannot yet afford an expensive new electric or hybrid car. We are stuck with a petrol car and quickly running out of money for it too given the ballooning petrol prices. But, what if you could still drive without breaking the bank? Here are a few handy Eco-friendly driving habits to save you gas money while protecting the planet.
Toxic materials such as mercury, lead, arsenic, cadmium, beryllium, chromium and other components of electronics contaminate both the environment and harm the workers processing them. By recycling old electronics locally and responsibly, we make sure that toxic waste is not contributing to environmental or health problems elsewhere in the world.
For a large number of people, nicer weather means that their home is suddenly a lot bigger. Why? They spend a lot more time outdoors and their garden is...