Fast Fashion & Greenwashing

Sustainable Fashion: Greenwashing & Calling Out Fast Fashion

April 15, 2021

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My year not buying any new clothes

My year not buying any new clothes

April 12, 2021

I think I accidentally fell into this pledge. I mentioned it to a friend as a thing I’d heard about. This friend loves fashion (her other passions are the news and politics and she used to run her own PR company so she’s no lightweight) and she is always immaculately dressed in a varying array of lovely clothes that are both fashionable and timeless at the same time.

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Making The Most Of Spring: Gardening, Foraging, and Slow Living

Making The Most Of Spring: Gardening, Foraging, and Slow Living

April 08, 2021

We are now firmly into April, the days are longer and brighter, the weather is getting warmer, and the gardens all around us are beginning to burst with colour. Daffodils, primroses, blossom, and magnolia are just some of the flowers that have been coming back and bringing more joy to our walks. It’s that time when the sun feels inviting, and the thought of stepping outside into the garden is welcome.

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Mindfulness

5 Ways To Bring Mindfulness Into Your Everyday

March 24, 2021

Sometimes life can feel like a hurry, full of busy days and tasks to get done. But when we rush through life it can be easy to forget to really see it. We don’t taste all the flavours in the food we eat, we don’t notice how the light shines and reflects on a puddle, or we might miss fully seeing the way a cashier smiles at you as they say hello.

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Slow Living Blog

7 Slow Living Hobbies For The Whole Family

March 18, 2021

Sometimes life can feel as though it is filled to the brim with busy schedules and to-do lists, commitments and the buzz of notifications. It can lead to us feeling tired and overwhelmed to the point that we hit burnout....

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How to save the planet from your sofa...

How to save the planet from your sofa...

December 17, 2020

We get it, it’s cold, wet and grey and you’d rather be inside. Frankly you’d rather be watching telly. But before you do, can we suggest some ways you can save the planet without moving from your nest? 

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Saving our bogs(!)

Saving our bogs(!)

December 17, 2020

Peatlands are a form of wetlands, bogs and moors, where the year round waterlogged conditions slow the decomposition of dead vegetation to the extent it transforms into  peat soil, with a diverse habitat growing above it. The carbon which is sequestered (absorbed) by the vegetation is then stored within the peatbog for millions of years.

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Black Friday Waste

Have NO REGRETS this Black Friday

November 25, 2020

Safe to say here at Terra Neutra we're not huge fans of Black Friday, it being a prime example of wasteful, climate-damaging mass consumerism! 

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Afforestation, Deforestation & Reforestation

Afforestation, Deforestation & Reforestation

November 15, 2020

In this post we're going to spend some more time looking at trees and specifically how we (humans) have impacted - and continue to impact - the global tree population (and yes I have a number for this!).

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We're planting trees!!!

We're planting trees!!!

November 06, 2020

Who doesn’t love trees? They’re beautiful to look at, they provide home and shelter for all sorts of wonderful creatures, they suck carbon emissions out of the atmosphere (this is called sequestration) on a daily basis.

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Sudan Cookstoves

Sudan Cookstoves

November 04, 2020

Today’s post has a very special place in the Terra Neutra team’s heart. When we launched the company nearly a year ago, our first - and then only - carbon offsetting project was the award-winning Low Smoke Cookstove project in Darfur, Sudan.

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Meet The Team blog post - closeup of leaves

Meet the team

October 21, 2020

In this blog post, we're going to talk a bit about us, the Terra Neutra team; who we are, what motivated us to start Terra Neutra and what we're trying to achieve.

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