It’s impossible to ignore the fact that the way we choose to shop has a huge impact on the world around us; so cutting down on our own ‘single use footprint’ is a simple and effective way to make a difference.
Zero waste shops allow customers to bring in their own reusable containers to fill up on store-cupboard essentials, cleaning products, toiletries and more; here’s where you can shop without the pointless packaging in Cardiff.
A new report has found that an overseas area of land almost half the size of Wales is required every year to grow just nine of Wales’ main imports – and that’s causing deforestation, habitat conversion, and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in some of the world’s most vulnerable countries.
That’s the stark warning at the heart of a new report, which has just been published by WWF Cymru, RSPB Cymru and Size of Wales.
I’ve officially pea-ked; I reckon this is my best food-waste-fighting recipe to date.
These crispy and delicious pea & potato fritters started life as nothing more than a botched order at the chip shop, and a couple of slices of stale bread.
Up to 150 free online training places are being made available for community groups in Wales who’d like to protect and restore nature.
‘Nabod Natur – Nature Wise’ is a programme which teaches how the natural environment works, the threats it faces, and how we can all help nature to thrive.