HOW TO LIVE A SUSTAINABLE LIFE
Our new show Trashed with Jeremy Irons takes a worldly view of our planet's current waste problem. In this six-part series, Jeremy Irons travels to Iceland, Vietnam, America, France, and the UK to report on the complicated issues surrounding our everyday waste. He seeks solutions that are at the forefront of technology and also some that are easy everyday fixes.
Starting a new lifestyle can be difficult and many don't know where to begin. That's why we've teamed up with sustainable and ethical bloggers to provide easy and realistic changes in your life in order to reduce your carbon footprint. Our bloggers cover all things food, fashion, home, and beauty!
Livia is a sustainable, ethical, and vegan blogger. As an environmental science student she's passionate about enviromental laws and human rights.
Check out her blog post on the effects food can have on the climate>>
There is a misconception that fair fashion is boring. Model and sustainable fashion blogger Amma is here to debunk that lie.
Find out how you can start your sustainable fashion journey on her blog Style and Sustain>>
Watch Amma talk about the effects of fast fashion and what you can do to help.
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Tahira is a TV/Film make-up artist who is passionate about clean, conscious, and ethical beauty products. She's a founding member of Conscious Beauty Union, who aim to clarify the benefits of conscious beauty for professionals, businesses, and consumers.
Check out Tahira's blog for all the tips on clean makeup and skincare>>
Watch Tahira's easy guide to sustainable beauty hacks.
Interested in downsizing? Maybe you're looking to declutter your home but don't know where to start? Georgina's blog Gypsy Soul covers these topics and more!
Read about how she switched her bathroom items such as makeup remover wipes and hair care products to zero-waste alternatives>>
Watch to learn Gerogina's 3 Top Tips to starting a Sustainable home.
Feeling inspired? There is so much more you can do!
Find more eco-friendly tips with Friends of the Earth here>>