Why we need to protect our ocean...and why we need to do it now

For World Oceans Day 2020, the focus is on stimulating a global movement in order to generate support from world leaders to protect 30% of the world's ocean by 2030 - the campaign has been aptly named 30x30.  So, what's the relevance of 30%? It's been established that by safeguarding...

Make your 2020 New Year Resolution Count

Make your 2020 New Year Resolution Count

New Year Resolution #1...be sustainable in 2020!  


Living more sustainably is all about making small changes, becoming more aware of the choices you make, being open to being educated and improving the way you consume. Incorporating sustainable goals into your...

Christmas...The Most WASTEFUL Time of the Year

 

For most, Christmas is considered the most wonderful time of year – but it is also the most wasteful, causing considerable damage to our planet. 

It’s a time of excessive consumerism (we generate 25 percent more waste than average), spending...

Cleaning Up Our Planet with World Clean Up Month

 

September is National Clean Up Month, with World Clean Up Day observed this year on Saturday 21 September.

Both events encourage communities from around the world to clean up, pick up and contribute to preservation...

What's really in our oceans...

Plastic waste that makes its way into our oceans accumulates in 5 garbage patches around the globe. If left to circulate, this plastic will impact not only our marine ecosystems but also our own health and economies. Solving...

Take the challenge...make a positive impact on our ocean

 

This month MWR are celebrating World Ocean Day.  Why? Because a thriving ocean, marine life and ecosystem is critical to our own survival. Every year, World Oceans Day helps shine the light on why we need to protect and...

The Future is in Our Hands


 

World Environment Day is celebrated every year on 5 June.  It’s especially topical this year with the recent release of the UN report revealing that nature is declining globally at rates unprecedented in human history. The report has found...

Lifting the Lid on our Rubbish

 

 

Our home is our sanctuary, when we no longer have a need for something in it we throw it out to bring order back into our lives. Ideally we separate the trash into recyclable versus non-cyclable but the...

Love Your Partner AND the Planet this Valentine's Day

 

Annually on February 14th several countries from around the world celebrate Valentine’s Day.  Those in love take this opportunity to reaffirm how they feel about their partner with cards, flowers, chocolates and gifts.  

Valentine's Day is the second most...

Make your 2019 New Year Resolution Count

New Year Resolution #1...be sustainable in 2019!  


Living more sustainably is all about making small changes, becoming more aware of the choices you make, being open to being educated and improving the way you consume. Incorporating sustainable goals into...

December 24, 2018 by Susan Stevens