TERESA TATE BRITTEN .
What you eat
How Are Food and the Environment Related?
The Healthy Eating Plate
A slight side note!
How You Live
Picking up street plastic
Use your doggy poo bags and ALWAYS carry hand sanitiser!
Ever wonder where that plastic in the gutter washes away to?
Refuse plastic straws
Purchase stainless steel ones!
It ain't hard yo, look in your local health food shop
Drive your car less
Use a scooter... or walk!
Public Transport is also a great thing
Install solar panels
It's hard to get this working well in America,
We're lucky in Australia that the govenment sometimes subsidises this. kind of thing.
Such as Animals Australia, Greenpeace, Amnesty International, UNHCR, WWF
and many more amazing organisations on the groung in places where we cannot physically be!
Back it with your buck!
If you have the means, why not support an organisation you truly believe in... financially?
We are blessed, no less.
Ban the bag!
Refuse to accept plasit bags at the checkout... ever!
Find a box, keep your own reusable ones in your handbag or in the car, better still, a shopping trolley!
You are the change maker!
No one's saying you just have to support things...
Get involved! Do you have an amazing idea and the dedication to see it change the world?
What you do for fun
"There are Australians who are involved in the illegal shipment of electronic waste"
The cost of technology
The Impact of Flying on the Environment
Up, up and awayyy
TECH STATS for Intellects
How many countries have resolved the growing issue of e waste?
Shorter flights are more polluting per passenger mile than longer ones
Although batteries are recyclable, 97% end up in landfill every year
The fashion industry is the SECOND biggest polluter of waterways
Is my jumper seeping plastic into the waterways when I wash it?
Read the study: fibres released by washing
Is washing my face the same as chucking rubbish into the gutter?
Impacts of laundry fragrances released into the air by dryer machines
We have to decide how we spend our money, and how we care for the clothes we already have… in one cotton t-shirt, 500 grams of pesticides have been used… globally we produce over 1 billion t-shirts…
How to Engage with Ethical Fashion