All posts by "Carla Feltham"

How to Make Your Vacation More Eco-friendly

Carla Feltham 24/09/2017

The thing we are all looking forward to is our next vacation. Being on a holiday is the best way to relax and recharge. But while you are travelling to some sun-soaked destination in first-class or skiing high in the mountains, you are doing more than just enjoying yourself and the time you are having. You are also polluting the environment. Unfortunately, when we are on a vacation, we tend to become wasteful. Also, no… How to Make Your Vacation More Eco-friendly

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The historic royal palaces of London

Carla Feltham 14/08/2017

London is the heart of the British monarchy and as such it is home to many royal residences – some occupied, others not at the current moment. The historic royal palaces in the capital present a particular interest for two simple reasons – they are beautiful, and they attract millions of tourists every year. A bit about the charity At present, the historic palaces of London are being managed by a charity organisation that is… The historic royal palaces of London

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The Three Biggest Myths About Eco-Friendly Living

Carla Feltham 22/03/2017

Green living has become a particularly hot topic over the past one decade. More and more people decide to adopt an eco-friendlier lifestyle in an attempt to protect and preserve the environment. However, many others choose to steer clear from green practices not because they do not care about nature but because they have a partial understanding of the green living concept. There are three big eco-friendly lifestyle myths that discourage people from making more… The Three Biggest Myths About Eco-Friendly Living

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Home Moving in London – Some Practical Tips and Tricks

Carla Feltham 11/01/2017

Home moving is never a thoroughly stress-free endeavor, no matter how hard you try and how well you are organized. When you are moving across a city with the scale of London, things become even more complicated. If you are willing, or just have to move to the capital, or simply from one district to another within the metro area for one reason or another, have no fear though – there are several things that… Home Moving in London – Some Practical Tips and Tricks

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Things That are Surprisingly Eco-friendly

Carla Feltham 20/12/2016

If you have ever read an article that focuses on all the ways in which you can preserve the nature, you may have experienced a sudden surge of guilt. It almost seems that everything we do harms the environment – from washing our hair and clothes to wearing jeans and buying food from the supermarket. Well, you are safe here since we are going to take a look at some surprisingly eco-friendly things and activities… Things That are Surprisingly Eco-friendly

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Strange sports which have been part of the Olympics

Carla Feltham 07/09/2016

The Olympic programme has drastically changed since the first modern Olympic Games in 1896 in Athens, Greece. Today the sports that are part of the Games are among the most competitive and entertaining. However it hasn’t always been like that as history records show that several odd disciplines have once been part of the Olympic schedule. Tug of war Presently tug of war is regarded more as a game that is played at children camps… Strange sports which have been part of the Olympics

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Good Products in Bad Packaging: Part 3 – Plastic Bottle Processing

Carla Feltham 30/03/2016

Unfortunately the string of good products in bad packaging doesn’t end with yogurt or toothpaste as there many other everyday products whose packaging is a real problem. Plastic bottles are one of the biggest challenges for the recycling industry, but how so? The issue isn’t to do with the plastic the bottles are made of, as they have come a long way since the early days and are now manufactured using PET plastic which is… Good Products in Bad Packaging: Part 3 – Plastic Bottle Processing

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Good Products in Bad Packaging: Part 2 – Serving Product Packaging Problems

Carla Feltham 30/03/2016

Another poor choice of packaging is the one used by single serving products. Single serving products like yogurt for instance are usually packaged in plastic cup or bucket like containers which are a bit of a nightmare to recycle. Why so? The problem with single serving product packaging: When it comes to effective recycling, size and material of packaging is essential, and single serving products usually score poorly in both respects. In recycling it’s a… Good Products in Bad Packaging: Part 2 – Serving Product Packaging Problems

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Good Products in Bad Packaging: Part 1 – Chip Bag Inefficiency

Carla Feltham 30/03/2016

In most instances, packaging (whatever it may be) is an inseparable part of actual product marketing. In other words proper packaging helps sell a given product. Product sustainability is one of those terms that one could hear thrown around all over the place. Green products, ecofriendly packaging etc. are all valid concepts but are they actually put into practice? In the case of product packaging, business and environment don’t always go hand in hand. Sustainable… Good Products in Bad Packaging: Part 1 – Chip Bag Inefficiency

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