Not so long ago, fruit and vegetables available in Australia was seasonal, meaning the season in which they ripened, i.e tomatoes in summer and broccoli in winter. International trade means we now get produce through the year. This privilege, however, comes a consequence that may not have been considered.
In this blog Ecostainable looks at some ways you can reduce food mileage in your home.
I'm sure my love for the environment was born from when I spent holidays exploring and camping in national parks all over SA and Victoria. Particularly in the beautiful Flinders Ranges.
I just knew I could never stop caring about the environment after I came across a confronting poster of Earth and written below was "When we've finished with this one, there's plenty more to choose from." This one hit me hard. So hard that I've never forgotten it.
Now I'm here with Ecostainable and changing the world, one home at a time.
The single use plastic bag ban is a big step toward sustainability and reducing our global footprint; so as long as you're not buying the reusable plastic bags! It's also going to be a big step for the community to form new habits in remembering their reusable bags!
Here are Ecostainable's TOP TIPS to help you form that new habit...