Part 3 of my Great Plastics Project takes me back to compare my plastics use in April 2022 with 2021, as reported in this post. And… it’s time for #30DaysWild again, but I haven’t signed up for it because… why?
Part 2 of my Great Plastics Project is to analyse the contents of my month’s accumulation of plastic and work out where it can go. If I can’t recycle it, I want to work out how to avoid bringing it
My Plastics Project started as a result of reading Finding Sustainability, which was published last week. In it, the author led us on his journey to at least starting to produce less plastic waste, and to encourage his customers to
Finding Sustainability comes out on June 1st. It’s a non-fiction book, focusing on how one person reconciled his concerns for the state of the planet with his role as a small business owner, manufacturing plastic packaging. As a former environmental
Worms are one of my favourite wild animals, preferably when they are in my garden. They are almost as important as bees in the grand scheme of things. They root through our soils, devouring stuff that needs to be devoured,