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Your guide to eating less meat

Want to eat less meat and dairy, but not ready for a full blown veganuary? Good news, it doesn't have to be all or nothing. Read these tips for cutting down on meat and maintaining a healthy diet.

How to have a more sustainable period

Periods are something we should all be talking about, whether you menstruate or not. For every 100 metres of shorelines, there are 20 washed up tampons or applicators. The good news is there are some simple things we can all do to ensure periods are sustainable.

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Author: ray hopkinson

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Tips for change

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    Eight in ten Brits are actively trying to reduce the amount of plastic they throw away. So if you are a pupil, parent, guardian, teacher or school staff member check out our top tips for reducing single-use plastic in your school. Read more

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    Diwali, the festival of lights, is a celebration that marks the victory of light over darkness. Hubbub friend Tarandip Dhillon shares her tips for a more sustainable celebration. Read more

  • How to have a more sustainable period

    Periods are something we should all be talking about, whether you menstruate or not. For every 100 metres of shorelines, there are 20 washed up tampons or applicators. The good news is there are some simple things we can all do to ensure periods are sustainable. Read more

  • How to make a DIY costume that won't spook the planet

    With 7 million Halloween costumes ending up in the bin in 2016, it's time to get #SewSpooky. Here are our top 3 tips for dressing to kill without spooking the planet. Read more

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