Seaside Scavenge organized another beach clean up last weekend, this time in Coogee. As usual, there was plenty of plastic laying around, with the main culprits being lollipop sticks, straws and candy wrappers.
However, there was one item that really stood out; one I had never noticed before. Continue reading “What is the impact of glass on our oceans?”
The more I read about climate change the more I feel an urge to do something about it. It’s like an addiction that you really can’t shake off. Whenever you do something good for the environment, you immediately find yourself thinking about the next thing you could do.
I recently watched “A Plastic Ocean“, a powerful documentary that highlights the effects of plastic in our ecosystems and the damage it’s causing to mankind. This inevitably triggered a need to “do something about it”, which brings me to this blog post.
Continue reading “Re-Imagining Soft Drinks At Home”
So the other day I wrote about how it upsets me that single-use plastic bags haven’t been banned from supermarkets in NSW. I didn’t knew this at the time of writing but, as it turns out, there’s a petition at charge.org asking for those evil bags to be banned once and for all!
Continue reading “Update: Petition to ban single-use plastic bags in NSW”
I ask myself the above question every single time I walk into a supermarket in Sydney. It blows my mind that a country this beautiful and with so much to lose from climate change would be this slow and inefficient at tackling the low hanging fruit, particularly in a city like Sydney.
Continue reading “Why haven’t lightweight plastic bags been banned in Sydney?”
I watched the incredible documentary “Before the Flood” when it came out last year. It had a deep impact on me and led me to double-down on having a more environmental friendly behavior.
One part in particular really got me… it’s the bit when we see the impact of beef on the environment compared to other types of produce. Continue reading “Less beef, more joy.”