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It’s not easy being green.
You may have a toothbrush made of bamboo, a reusable water bottle or coffee cup and cycle to work, but are those efforts all in vain if you don’t also recyc
Tech company Grammarly may be the most well-known Ukrainian technology company, but the country is also gaining recognition for its sustainability businesses. Many operate globally, even if cons
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We brush our hair, we brush our teeth — but what about brushing our bodies? D
Nicole Glennon with some eco-friendly products . Photograph Moya Nolan
I do not consider myself a person to be emulated when it comes to sustainability. I like to take long, hot showers.
As a child I was the proverbial night owl. Studying or reading late till night, I’d wake up groggy and grumpy and plod through the day uniformly so. It took me around three decades to appreci
Your lipstick in a gold and metallic tube may add more colour and drama to your makeup kit, but do you ever evaluate the amount of plastic used in the packaging to make it look fancy and funky?
It’s easy to get caught up in the never-ending cycle of beauty consumerism, whether it’s buying every recommendation from your favourite makeup influencer or jumping on the bandwag