Reduce, Reuse & Recycle

How the cost of living crisis is forcing people to rethink sustainability

Sustainability might seem like the last thing on anyone’s minds, but what the cost of living crisis is proving is that sometimes the most cost-effective way of living is also the most sustainable one. Here are a few ways the cost of living crisis is making people behave more sustainably – and it might even give you a few ideas about how to save money, too.

Is “sustainability” the new mindset? Part 2

Ailuna’s Product and Impact Strategy Advisor, Renée LaPlante examines “sustainability” and explores whether it’s becoming the new mindset for everyday life. Read part 2 of this 3 part series here.

eco-friendly decorating - a person with brown skin wearing dungarees paints a wall green with a long-handled roller

7 eco-friendly decorating tips

Ready to redecorate but want some eco-friendly decorating ideas to make this project a little bit greener? Read on!

Using your freezer to save your Christmas Day leftovers

We spoke to self-confessed “freezer geek” and anti food waste advocate Kate Hall about how you can reduce food waste and make meal preparation after Christmas easy by freezing your Christmas Day leftovers.

The best alternatives to wrapping paper for 2021

The last in this year’s series of ways to make your Christmas that little bit more planet-friendly.

Most traditional wrapping paper contains plastic in the form of glitter or foil decoration, which renders it non-recyclable. Thankfully there are plenty of other options out there!

Alternatives to tea bags

Did you know that most tea bags contain plastic? If you’re looking for plastic-free or reusable alternatives to tea bags, look no further.