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Opinions and musings

These are my personal thoughts and do not reflect the ideas or positions of the companies, clients or organisations I work for.

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Defending reusable nappies

Today I saw a post in the Observer that sought to answer a rather simple question: Is it wrong to use disposable nappies? The answer on environmental grounds is simply “no”; for the average household they have about the same environmental impact across their lifecycle as reusable ones bar the end of […]

By |June 22nd, 2014|Babies, Nappies|0 Comments
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Reusable shopping bags in context

Looking beyond being green consumers
By |February 9th, 2014|Cars, Eating, House, Human Powered, Sustainable Diet, Transportation|0 Comments
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What is the real impact of using nappies?

Comparison of the carbon footprint of using disposable and reusable nappies.
By |December 14th, 2013|Babies, Nappies|7 Comments
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3 ways to power your home with renewable energy with almost no extra cost

It's possible to have renewable power today without investing long term in a technology for your home.
By |November 4th, 2013|At Home, House|0 Comments
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Being green and pragmatic

Too much information, lack of research and uncertainty makes it look like being a Green Parent is niche. It's not.
By |October 23rd, 2013|General|5 Comments