Tag Archives: environment

time to save the bees

Love your morning cup of coffee? Do you love to snack on chocolate or blueberries? Well, all those little luxuries are at risk of disappearing if the bee population continues to decline. Fast Facts: -          Around 5% of bees produce honey but all bees are pollinators of various grains, fruit and vegetables -          There is […]

turtle-eating-garbage

Everyone knows that rubbish ends up in the ocean, but did you know that there is a patch of garbage twice the size of Texas floating between Hawaii and California? Yup, that’s right. A large collection of mostly plastic items like discarded fishing nets , plastic bottles and polystyrene cups is currently swirling it’s way around […]

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How many times have you bought a new top that you didn’t really need? Maybe you liked the way it made you look or perhaps you thought it was a good price, a bargain even! Chances are you didn’t think about where the top was made or what the working conditions of the people responsible […]

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A carbon footprint is defined as:  The total amount of greenhouse gases produced to directly and indirectly support human activities, usually expressed in equivalent tons of carbon dioxide (CO2). Basically, everything you do in your day to day life has some sort of impact on the world around you. Whether you hop in your car […]

Carbon Footprint

You’ve probably heard the term Carbon Footprint once or twice. But what is it? Why is it important to us? What are WE supposed to do for it? Well today we’re going to discuss how it is relevant to us, and what it means in our everyday life. So what is it? A carbon footprint […]

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