Okay, I’ve given up and am posting a Christmas article in October! Such madness, but this is definitely a mad year, so I’m going with it. Christmas is the most damaging time of the year environmentally, what with all the additional journeys taken (less than usual this year maybe!), food wasted and extra consumption. It’sContinue reading “Have Yourself a Merry Sustainable Christmas (2020)”
Hello peeps. I’m going to be a bit quieter on social media over the next few months. I’m in the last semester of the Masters in Product Design for the Circular Economy and I’m going to have to focus on that until end of December. Fear not, I will still be publishing blog post andContinue reading “Newsletter – October Week 3”
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I often hear the excuse / complaint / declaration that living more sustainably is a privilege. What on earth does that mean? Does it mean that people in crisis haven’t the time or headspace to make changes in their life? Well, duh! I’d hope that people in such situations have the common sense to scrollContinue reading “Sustainability on a Budget”
What a busy 2 weeks it’s been since my last newsletter. Firstly I was lucky enough to get a brand new Philips Radio from a freecycle page, and then a pair of barely worn boots just as my 8 year-old M&S ones died and a perfect top by Cos for just €3. Then I attendedContinue reading “Newsletter – October Week 1”