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Fairtrade

Friday, 26 February 2016 14:14:53 Europe/London

FairtradeFairtrade

The FAIRTRADE Mark is instantly recognisable to most shoppers. But what does it guarantee? And how come you can buy fairtrade bananas, but not a fairtrade torch?

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Comments | Posted in Eco How To Guides By Nigel Bermann

Community Gardening

Tuesday, 23 February 2016 12:46:05 Europe/London

Community Gardening Community Gardening

It’s been said that gardening is good for the soul. There’s something undeniably therapeutic about watching the seeds you’ve planted thrive. But not everyone is lucky enough to have a garden, and many of us have lost the knowledge of how to plant, weed and prune. Community gardening isn’t just about shared green spaces; it’s about bringing communities together, sharing skills and bequeathing gardening knowledge to the next generation.

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Comments | Posted in Eco How To Guides Green Ideas & Tips By Nigel Bermann

Bee Friendly Garden

Saturday, 20 February 2016 12:16:46 Europe/London

Help The BeesBee Friendly Garden

I’m pretty sure that we’re preaching to the converted here when we say that bees are declining in the UK. However, the media seems to have gone a bit quiet about it in the last year or so, moving on to other, more sensational stories. You’d be forgiven for thinking the situation was solved, but it isn’t. So, if you want to give bees a helping hand, read on for our top tips…

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Comments | Posted in Eco How To Guides By Nigel Bermann

Growing Your Own in Small Spaces

Wednesday, 17 February 2016 12:48:13 Europe/London

Growing Your OwnGrowing Your Own

You don’t need a huge plot of land to grow your own veg. Many crops thrive in planters or window boxes. Potatoes do well in a sack, for instance, while smaller varieties of carrots can do wonderfully in a deep planter.

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Comments | Posted in Eco How To Guides By Nigel Bermann

Spring Gardens

Monday, 15 February 2016 16:29:03 Europe/London

Let's Get Back in The GardenSpring Gardens

As the days grow longer and the daffodils wave at us from outside, many of us start to think about venturing out into our rather neglected gardens once again.

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The Next Generation of Eco Warriors

Thursday, 11 February 2016 16:00:43 Europe/London

Teaching Kids The Eco Way The next generation of eco kids

As parents, it's our responsibility to ensure that we are raising the next generation of eco fanatics and energy efficient warriors. Teaching kids about the environment doesn't have to be a lesson - more like a fun activity which eventually, becomes a habit.  

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Comments | Posted in Energy Saving Green Ideas & Tips By Natalia Zdrojewska

Eco-Electricity

Monday, 8 February 2016 15:23:02 Europe/London

Eco ElectricityEco Electricity

The ‘big six’ are really lagging behind when it comes to green energy. While some do offer ‘green’ packages, they are usually more expensive, and often don’t seem to have much of an impact on the company’s performance as a whole.

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Eco-friendly Candles

Saturday, 6 February 2016 14:28:48 Europe/London

Eco-friendly CandlesEco-friendly Candles

Who doesn’t love the gentle flicker of a candle, particularly when it’s a scented one? Scented candles always feel like a real treat, and rather more pleasurable than the overpowering scent of a plug-in. 

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Comments | Posted in Eco Shopping Eco Gift Guides By Nigel Bermann

Tips and Facts to Help You Be More Green

Thursday, 4 February 2016 15:28:02 Europe/London

Tips and Facts to Help You Be More GreenTips and Facts to Help You be More Green

Everyone should have the right to a clean, safe world to live in. Whether at home, in the workplace or on our travels, we can all make a difference. Even by taking small actions in our daily lives we can all help contribute to cracking some of the environmental threats facing us today. 

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Glyphosate - The Dangers

Wednesday, 3 February 2016 15:30:52 Europe/London

The Weed Killer That Kills More Than Just WeedsGlyphosate - the dangers

I understand that weeds are not the most aesthetically pleasing nor welcomed feature in carefully tended gardens and displays, however could removing them do more harm than initially meets the eye? 

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