The truth about ocean microplastics
10 million tonnes of plastic enter the ocean every year, mainly through rivers but as it turns out most plastic is not floating on the ocean surface. Sea surface accumulations...Read more
The UK's coffee problem
The most common ‘disposable’ coffee cups, the ones made from paper, also happen to be lined with plastic, 99% aren't recycled.Read more
Things every coffee drinker should know
Research has linking moderate consumption (about three to four cups per day) with a longer life span, plus a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and Parkinson's.
Top 4 poisonous plants
OLEANDER Oleander is a popular ornamental plant prized for its drought tolerance and flowers e.g. Nerium oleander 'Hardy Pink'. It can be deadly if any part of the plant if...Read more
5 ways to protect your world.
Every drop of water, bite of food, bag of trash, hour of work and minute of shopping count can count toward protecting your world.Read more
The truth about: Microplastics
Scientists previously estimated that yearly human consumption of microplastics was around 50,000 particles but a more recent study shows that they underestimated just how much plastic we are eating. The...Read more