Slat is about to launch his hugely ambitious plastic clean-up project – saying that he could halve the amount of plastic pollution in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in just five years. Here’s what you need to know.
Managing electrical projects entails adhering to set industry standards and taking the necessary steps to successfully complete them. Here are some tips to assist you in your electrical needs:
Can the incredible actions of just one person really change the world? If history teaches us anything, it’s that great leaders can inspire all of us to go above and beyond what we thought possible.
Over the past six months, we’ve brought readers over 48 useful and informative #ISaveWater articles. All of these can be found by clicking the water droplet icon at the top of the page. Don’t miss out!
We often hear about great #ISaveWater devices and behaviours without really understanding what their impact may be. We’ve got some hard numbers for you – so get ready to have your socks knocked off.
Permaculture’s most trusted techniques present new ways to approach our #ISaveWater efforts. With Builders’ top tips, your garden could flourish – in a truly sustainable way – more than ever before.
The devastation suffered by the families of drown victims can never be expressed in words, so we all have a duty to take every step we can to prevent absolute disaster.
Permaculture isn’t just another trend. It’s a sustainable approach to gardening that works with nature rather than against her, producing diversity, resilience and beauty in the process. Now’s the time to learn more.
As a sustainability conscious green thumb, exploring simple DIY hydroponic systems should certainly be on your #ISaveWater to-do list. Follow the Builders beginner’s guide to get great results right from the get-go.
We all need to #ISaveWater, especially in our thirsty gardens. But you needn’t shy away from creating your very own wetland as long as it’s constructed in the right way.
One of the most effective #ISaveWater methods is to ensure that garden soil requires less water because it’s enriched with essential and life-sustaining nutrients. Compost can do just that.