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Palm Oil is not bad per se, but its rapid expansion and overproduction made it a major driver of deforestation of some of the world’s most biodiverse forests. In this article, you will learn more about the most widely consumed vegetable oil on the planet.

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The term “eco-friendly” refers to lessening your impact on the environment and avoiding or preventing as much harm as possible through your interactions with it. Becoming eco-friendly doesn’t mean that your life will turn upside down, you can start with small (yet significant) changes…

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The Amazon Rainforest is the largest tropical rainforest in the world, it covers 9 countries and protects more than 60,000 species. If you have been wondering how you could help reduce the rate of deforestation, you first need to understand the relationship between meat consumption and deforestation.

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I asked the lovely people of Instagram ‘What is the hardest part of trying to live sustainably?’ I thought it might be helpful to workout what people’s stumbling blocks are and offer a few possible solutions.

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Menstruating people usually have their menstruation for 38/40 years with an average of 5 days a month. That means that we menstruate around 2,400 days in our life (6 and a half years)! Can you imagine the amount of waste that we create? Well, it’s time to go towards a Zero Waste Period.

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Greenwashing creates the false impression that a company has done the work for you: they have made the effort to be more environmentally conscious so you can buy their stuff guilt-free without doing your own research, because if it says they’re ‘sustainable’, why would you doubt them?

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Eco-anxiety, climate grief and all of those other emotions are perfectly rational responses to the unfolding situation – but yet, we have to find a way to balance them, to function in the world, because there is still hope and we can still make a difference. So where do we start?

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In recent decades, rates of depression have exponentially risen to become the second leading cause of disability worldwide, closely followed by anxiety. At the same time, we are faced with the pressing issues of social inequality, environmental destruction and climate change.

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There is a stigma of perfectionism around environmentalism which arguably does more harm than good. By definition, perfection is unattainable. Therefore, the concept of perfectionism is more alienating than it is inspiring. When it comes to environmentalism, this is can be damaging.

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