Think you’re plastic-free life isn’t helping the planet? Read on.
My recycled plastic kitchen clock and thermometer, courtesy The Eden Project
I came across this question on the
Plastic Free Support group on Facebook. This question goes something like this:
“What’s the point of me doing all this if no one else is? What difference will my tiny contribution make?”
Nah, don’t worry. With concerns like these maybe a support group is a good idea. Standing out from the crowd, challenging the status quo, maybe looking a little odd and wondering if one actually is odd.
Wondering if your commitment is a bit OTT (over the top)? Continue reading “Think your plastic-free life won’t make a difference?”
Carmaker Volvo has fascinated the world by announcing yesterday that all Volvos launched from 2019 will have an electric motor. Wow! That’s a world away from the beloved Volvo tanks I used to own in byegone days.
This is what I call a real car
Meanwhile car-making giant VW has unveiled its all-electric research car with a range of 250km and even robots that charge it. How futuristic is that?
Continue reading “Battery powered cars – now who’s laughing?”
Is this what the sharing economy is all about?
AirBnB is launching a new premium service aimed at providing a more hotel-like experience for the discerning traveller.
I’ve noticed how private landlords have moved in on Airbnb lately as I use it from time to time for London workstays.
Continue reading “Is hard-nosed commerce the future of the sharing economy?”
My “Plastic Challenge” Diary
There’s an art to refusing stuff. How you turn things down says a lot about you. Here’s what happened when I joined the plastic-free challenge in June.
First, I made a real effort to turn down plastic bags when offered. How many? Not sure, but at least three from Marks and one from a supermarket. It is true I have to be careful when carrying a bottle of wine under my arm …
Continue reading “My plastic challenge: we’ll all be eating bottles soon”
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Love nature, get inspired, find solutions!
World’s most travelled man
You don’t protect what you don’t value, and you don’t value what you you’ve never experienced. – David Attenborough
Absolutely, Sir David! It’s the power of nature to refresh and inspire us. Nature heals, it’s our home.
Welcome to Inspirationalise. I’ve been concerned about the environment ever since I was sixteen, and in this blog I want to increase awareness of the issues but especially
some of the amazing solutions science and technology can offer. Continue reading “Four inspiring ways to lose the plastic habit”