Typically stretching from mid-November through to early January, the season to be jolly is a far contrast from the season to be green.
In fact, it’s fair to say that Christmas and excess go hand in hand. There’s often an oversupply of food and drink and for those of us with children in our lives, stacks of presents that can be played with once and discarded, or worse, broken shortly after receiving.
But that needn’t be the case.
You can enjoy the festive season without the wasteful trimmings and without being a party pooper. Often a little extra preparation and thinking outside the green box is all that’s needed for a sustainable Christmas.
In this podcast episode I share some tips to get you started eco-fying the three main areas of Christmas consumption – food, gifts and decorations.
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I’d also love to hear your tips for how to stay sustainable this silly season. Feel free to share below!
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It’s my early Christmas gift to you so you can get cracking on dreaming of a green Christmas…..
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