Going Green(er)

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Going Green(er)

Published at 12:52pm 20th March 2020. (Updated at 1:54pm 24th March 2020)

Just because everybody is focused on Coronavirus, doesn’t mean we can’t still do our bit for our planet, even while maintaining social distancing or isolation.

If you are out for a walk, be it a beach, your street or maybe even your garden hedge, it’s worth doing a quick sweep for rubbish and sticking it in the bin. With less people out and about, cleaning up can make a big difference.

Venice is proof that with a little respite, nature can start healing.

While you may not be able to do everything on the following posters, you may have the opportunity to try one or two.

Based on how much our supermarkets are struggling with stock, now might be the perfect time to start a food diary or meal planning to ensure your shop is a sensible one and will be enough for the whole family. Cutting down on the amount of washes will also reduce the washing liquid usage, even taking the TV off of standby can save you a few pennies and help the planet at the same time.

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