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It seems like the world does make a change. Everywhere we see eco-products, recyclable and recycled items, green packages, environmentally friendly cars and sustainable produced food. Big companies seem to become more aware of our environmental problems. However, at times, they make us believe that we can save the world just by buying the right stuff, but this is a false and dangerous belief. In fact, it’s just greenwashing. Greenwashing is...

Sweating is a good thing. It is essential. We control our body temperature through sweating. There are two types of sweat glands. The eccrine sweat glands are located all over your body and produce a lightweight, odourless sweat. The apocrine sweat glands are concentrated in the hair follicles of the following parts of your body: scalp, armpits, groin. These glands release a heavier, fat-laden sweat that carries a distinct odor....

I absolutely love coffee! It’s not only the perfect way to start the day, it also has a huge personal, cultural meaning. Coffee represents a certain lifestyle; it’s almost like there’s a status symbol attached to the coffee products we purchase. To have a takeaway coffee is not only very handy, but also kind of “cool”, isn´t it? However, our love for coffee and other takeaway foods supports an enormous consumption...

So you’re ready to start your Zero Waste journey, that’s great! We understand that the thought of transforming your entire home into a Zero Waste area can be quite overwhelming. This is why we recommend starting with your bathroom. It’s one of the simplest rooms to transform, with a number of plastic items and plastic packaging that can easily be replaced by an alternative. Here’s a list of all my favourite...

Over 400 million tons of plastic are produced every year – most of it is thrown away after it has been used once. Plastic has become a part of our everyday lives, however, this wasn’t always the case. Once upon a time, things were made to last, and very little was thrown away. Food and drinks came in bulk. Packaging and bottles could be reused or returned. So when did plastic...