Category Archives: Sustainable living

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Introducing Project 90’s Keep It Bag

Project 90 is now selling our latest product: the Keep it Bag. A slow cooker bag to cook your food in which will help save energy costs. Please contact us to place your order. Continue reading

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Project 90 visits Fairmont High

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Armed with a tub of environmentally friendly playdough, Gillian and Hin Wah went to Fairmont High School to learn about how the younger generation view climate change by answering questions through playdough. So often young people are presented with ideas of how we see things and it was truly refreshing to hear their opinions and ideas being voiced. Continue reading

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Happy (ethical) Valentine’s Day

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This Friday is Valentine’s Day, a day to appreciate your loved ones. Sadly I feel that this day has turned into yet another consumerist holiday, full of tacky teddy bears and plastic roses. To help you avoid all of this, I’ve put together some tips so you can celebrate in eco-style with your Valentine. Continue reading

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Rethink the bag

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The Two Oceans Aquarium has launched a new campaign asking you to stop and think before taking another plastic shopping bag. Ever. They also have a petition you can sign which calls for a total banning of plastic shopping bags. Please sign it and support this worthy cause. Continue reading

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Gee wizz, check out Ewizz

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Imagine paying less than 5c per kilometer for your daily commute, never sitting in traffic or struggling to find parking. And I’m not talking about a bicycle… Continue reading

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Pasta a la carbon-ara

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Have you ever found yourself wondering what the most environmentally friendly way to cook pasta might be? Gary has. It may seem like an odd thing to wonder about, but think about it: there are a number of different ways to get a pot of water on the boil in the typical home e.g. the kettle, gas or electric hob, solar cooker… Alongside this, he has also been interested in the difference in carbon impacts of gas and electric stoves, so he bundled these ponderings together, put together a few experiments and his results were very surprising… Continue reading

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Nappy Free Baby

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Sunday is Fathers’ Day, and I hope you will be spending some quality time with the special men in your life. Daniel, our National Clubs Coordinator, has recently become a father, and he has taken quite an unusual approach to fatherhood . As part of his commitment to tread lightly on our planet, he is bringing up his baby girl nappy free. Well done Daniel, this is an inspiring story! Continue reading