We’ve had a lot of plastic reduction policies over the last decade. So what makes the new Plastic Pollution Resolution different, and so important?
COP26 has just started in Glasgow, Scotland and is being described as the ‘last chance saloon’ to save the planet… why is this COP so critical?
‘Welcome to the Circular Economy, the next step in sustainable living’ is out now! (and we’re running a little giveaway too…)
The book launches today! We are so excited to announce that Welcome to the Circular Economy hits the shelves today, and we are running a little giveaway for a signed copy…
We have all been there. Forgetting your shopping bag, reusable cup, or even driving a diesel car. This doesn’t mean everything you do is for nothing – and now Ocean Bottle wants to hear about your #econfession – and show you are not alone…
Compostable packaging looks like the holy grail when it comes to eliminating plastic from our lives, whilst still keeping hold of a guilt-free single-use option. But is it really a good idea? Are compostables really all they are cracked up to be?
The latest IPCC Report on Climate Change signalled a ‘code red for humanity’, but what are the key takeaways from the report and critically, what can we do about it?
More and more items are being created from ‘waste’ streams – and whilst the fashion and beauty industry sure have a lot to clean up, the increase in up cycled frangrances is surely a step in the right direction…
Each year, a date is calculated and published to show when we have used more resources than the earth can naturally regenerate in a year.
This year, that date was 29th July 2021. So what can we do about it? And how does our behaviour really effect how many resources we use?
‘Welcome to the circular economy – the next step in sustainable living’… you can pre-order the book now!
It is finally here! You can now pre-order Claire’s first book ahead of it’s release date of 9th September 2021.
Buying and returning items bought online is easier than ever, but what happens to the returns? They get redistributed right? Right?
This years online Circularity 21 event was one of the largest yet – and whilst the event has ended, you can still access many of the talks…
We are nearly at the start of Plastic Free July – but if you are looking to reduce your plastic footprint, where do you start? Here is our top ten items that are quick, easy, simple and often cheap (or free) to replace.
Refill stores have become a familiar part of our High Street – but now the supermarkets are getting in on the act.
Standards. Without realising it, we all live our lives according to standards. Some are legislative – there to protect us from harm, such as safety standards. Some are personal – the way we conduct ourselves on a daily basis. But some are imposed upon us without us even realising, creating a ‘normal’ standard when weContinue reading “Beauty standards for food? We have a problem with wonkiness…”
Everything we own has a carbon footprint, but rivals Adidas and Allbirds have joined forces to reduce the literal carbon footprint – with the Futurecraft.Footprint running shoe.
‘Reduce, Reuse, Recycle’ is being revisited in some US states – and that’s a very good thing indeed…
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle are the three most recited words when it comes to sustainability. But how often do brands prioritise the first two? In three states in the US, that’s being challenged…
The EU’s Green Deal has got a new target to hit by 2030 – so will this really drive innovation in the next decade? It has to.
We all see the ‘perfect’ sustainable lifestyle on our social media, but should we be trying to buy our way into a more responsible life? Or should be be ok with ‘enough’…?
The global lockdowns of 2020 gave a unique view into the impacts of behaviour and emissions… but how much did we actually cut – and was it ‘enough’?
Remember when appliances could be fixed if they broke? That’s coming back, with the first ever legal Repair Bill.
Wasting food wastes money, carbon and calories. How can we feed ourselves and not our bins?
On a repair mission – Sojo could be the simplest and quickest way to get your clothes fixed.
What is the difference between the linear economy, the recycling economy and the circular economy? Priority.
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