This is the last in my series on Sustainable Business. Of course if I find more info for other sectors I’ll draft a new one, but for now I’m done with this segment. To date I’ve written on Grocery & Food Retail The Office Cafes, Restaurants and Bars Facilitating Customers Own Containers Please share theseContinue reading “Sustainable Business; Makers”
There’s been an explosion in crafting all over the world as a result of the Covid-19s movement restrictions. It’s one of the best ways to take a mental break from all the craziness that’s going on at the moment. If you like indulging your knitting passion but want to do it in a planet positiveContinue reading “Sustainable Ethical Yarn”
Keeping kids occupied without buying stuff or generating lots of waste is the holy grail for a lot of parents. I’m always quick to bookmark ideas for low-waste activities that don’t cost the earth. Here are some I came across on my internet travels.
This post may seem frivolous given the state of the natural world, and it kinda is, but that’s my intention. Some of the sustainable living blogs I follow can be quite depressing, not through any fault of the author, just simply because if you’re concerned about the climate crisis the reality is quite scary. IContinue reading “Easy Low-Waste Easter Crafts”
This post is for the wonderful participants in my ‘Crochet Cuteness’ class at a previous Zero Waste Festival in Dublin, and anyone else who wants to have a go at making their own amigurumi toys. Here’s the little fella I made in his new home, my daughter’s doll house.