Do you often feel bad about throwing away tons of food leftovers every week? This super-fast world we live in doesn't permit us much time to manage our supplies and we constantly find ourselves in a situation when we are buying stuff just to throw it away a few days later when they go bad.
It has been one year since the world that we knew before changed. A year of restrictions, lockdowns, video conferences, homeschooling, movie marathons, baking your own bread, and growing your own food. It has been a year of revaluing, rethinking, and also a year of going back to basics.
The close-to-nature garden is not just a place for residing of up to 1000 species of insects and animals, but thinking globally, it is also a great way to make our planet a better place, by re-greening your living area and thereby restoring natural biodiversity.
When discussing sustainability and giving back to the environment, we often feel like there is little we can do in terms of evident impact. We tend to forget that working together is vital and that we need to start in our own homes to achieve more meaningful goals. That said, one of the emerging...
We are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of the diet we consume. We care about what we eat, we look for ways to grow food at home, and we follow the path of giving back to nature what it has given us.
The average Slovenian makes almost 500 kg of municipal solid waste per year. In total, we produce 1,025,000 tons of it every year, which represents 12% of all waste generated in our country. In 2018, the amount of municipal solid waste increased by 4% compared to 2017. How worrying is this?
We’re on a mission to transform the world into a healthy, sustainable and green place with less waste. With innovative solutions, green technologies, and good practices we are shaping a healthy and safe environment that provides the best quality of life and welfare for all.
Herbs, strawberries, tomatoes, lettuce – all of this can be grown on a smaller balcony. There probably won’t be so much produce that you could share it with other hobby gardeners, however the scented fresh spices, the first red fruits of the season and young lettuce will always be at the tip of...
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Apr 26, 2021