Sustainable Living

Is Cotton Sustainable?

Is Cotton Sustainable? ( The Ultimate Guide)

Cotton is one of those resources that everyone knows about, but few people really understand.   Most of the world goes about their lives never wondering where their cotton jeans came from or if they were produced sustainably.  In the world we live in today, with global warming and increasingly scarce resources it is important to […]

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Knitting Sustainable?

Is Knitting Sustainable? ( A Complete Guide)

Knitting is a crafting skill that can be made as sustainable as you want it to be.   One of the most important parts of developing a sustainable knitting practice is choosing the right yarn and devoting yourself to finding ethically sound sources.   If you were considering living an entirely self-sustaining life, then knitting would give you […]

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How do you become a sustainable pet owner?

How do you become a sustainable pet owner?

The past decades have met a series of environmental damages from across the world.  The Australia forest fire rage. The Indonesia flood swamp. Climate changes are becoming everyone’s constant worry!  With over 1 billion Australian dogs lost up until now, mother nature continues to remind us of its savage authority. As we continue to devise […]

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20 Sustainable Living Ideas

Top 20 Sustainable Living Ideas (The Ultimate Guide)

If it can’t be rebuilt, repaired, resold, refurbished, recomposted or recycled, then it’s not worth production – Pete Seeger.  Whether you want to go green to save money, save the environment, or just to see how the process works, every eco-friendly living step you take saves the world in one way or the other. The […]

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Is Cheese Wax Compostable?

Is Cheese Wax Compostable?

I really love snacking on cheese. And for that reason, I can’t miss out on cheese wax in my house.  Waxed cheese is on-demand today as it is cheaper and available. In fact, most people regard it as a viable alternative to plastic wrap. Although I’m a big fan of cheese brands, my compost pile […]

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Does Eco-Friendly Detergent Works

Does Eco-Friendly Detergent Works

We all hate laundry days. All of us. Thinking of the fact that over one billion laundry jugs get trashed in the US every darn year, it’s safe to assume that everyone hates laundry days more than ever.  That aside, the dangerous chemicals, non-biodegradable ingredients used by most “reputable” brands are worrisome.  That’s where eco-friendly laundry detergents […]

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Are Phone Cases Bad For The Environment?

Are Phone Cases Bad For The Environment?

A mobile phone is already essential in modern life. But did you know that over 1.5 billion phone cases are disposed of annually? Experts have mixed reactions as to whether phone casing is a threat to the environment. Truth be told, it does. Phone cases come from non-biodegradable materials. For this reason, I keep wondering; are […]

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Does Eco-Friendly Mean Non-Toxic?

Does Eco-Friendly Mean Non-Toxic?

Eco-friendly and non-toxic are some of the terms that most marketers use carelessly without knowing.  This has resulted in quite a great confusion among many buyers and consumers of different products. You may have probably seen these terms also used interchangeably as labels on many product packages.  But does eco-friendly mean non-toxic? The answer is no! […]

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How to Dispose Of Old Shotgun Shells

How to Dispose Of Old Shotgun Shells?

All firearms enthusiasts come across unwanted ammo that you no longer need. And because you don’t want to risk shooting, you may think of getting rid of them.  So, with hunting season around the corner, I thought of the best ways to dispose of these cartridges safely.  Well, it’s unlikely that you can throw ammunition […]

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Is DDT Biodegradable-

Is DDT Biodegradable?

Is DDT still used? I thought that plastics, polythene, glass objects, among others, are the only environmental pollutants when poorly disposed of.  Surprisingly, Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane isn’t an exception.  Initially, DDT helped to fight malaria and other insect-borne human diseases.  Although the U.S. Department of Agriculture began regulatory actions to ban many DDT’s uses, organic halogen combats insects in […]

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