Installing solar panels

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Insulating your home

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Rot

It is important that waste that can be composted, like food and organic materials, is disposed of properly rather than being sent to landfill, as waste in landfill produces harmful..


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Recycle

Recycling materials is better than sending them to landfill but beware of ‘wishcycling,’ I.e., putting non-recyclable materials in with the recycling in the hopes that they will be recycled too,..


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Reuse

Lessen the demand for new items and prevent older items from going to waste by reusing whatever possible. Some permanent reusable alternatives include: a cloth tote bag for carrying shopping,..


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Reduce

Reducing focuses on only buying what you need and redistributing what you already own but do not need responsibly – for example by donating clothes to charity or reselling them..


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Refuse

Refuse single-use items such as plastic carrier bags and straws, plastic wrapped foodstuffs, and single use cutlery. Ways to do this include shopping plastic free in your supermarket, opting out..


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Avoid greenwashing

This can be tricky to spot but can be identified where companies make themselves or their products seem more environmentally friendly than they are. For example, many fast fashion companies..


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Buy secondhand

Buy second-hand wherever possible, to minimise the demand for new items. Utilise swap shops to get rid of items you no longer need, as well as find those that you..


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