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Surprise the apple of your eye with a thoughtful green gift this Valentine's Day.
Having trouble getting into a great green routine this year? These eco-essentials are sure to help you ease back in to working life.
If you take a close look at the seal of your fridge door and notice that it doesn't quite seal so it's airtight, there are a few things you can do to make it work again rather than replacing the entire seal.
Old hardwood fence posts can often be the perfect material for an upcycled project. Give a loved-one a little handiwork to show them you care, with this – surprisingly easy-to-make – rustic succulent planter box.
We chat to Lauren Singer, who has lived waste-free for 2 years, documenting her journey on her blog, Trash is for Tossers.
While we've given you loads of ideas for DIY, homemade presents, we understand that not everyone has the time and/or inclination to make gifts, but they still want to give them. Here's a couple of our favourite ethical prezzies to help you out.
Give the gift of compassion with a truly vegan, homemade gift by Suzy Spoon. There's Gingerbread people, Pickled okra, Hot chilli jam, Chunky tomato relish, and Sunflower and paprika brittle.
Join in on the festivities without a high eco-impact with homemade festive crackers.
Set the scene for a magical celebration at the family table with these quick, easy, and very impressive napkin rings and table centrepiece.