As promised here are our monthly ethical tips for May!
If you’re committed to using your purchasing power to boycott or support companies on the basis of how they conduct their business, the ultra-thorough Good Guide is for you. Its researchers mined mountains of public data and scientifically rate corporations on whether their products are safe, green, healthy and ethical. Barcode scanning makes it particularly simple to retrieve info about an item before buying it.
Zero waste home
If you have any specific household problems you need an ethical answer to, Zero waste home is your best bet! Ethical living Bea Johnson has a brilliant site with the tag line, refuse, reduce, reuse, recycle, rot (and only in that order)!
The real junk food project
A quarter to a third of food produced globally, is wasted. And yet, there’s estimated to be 795 million people who do not get enough to eat. This organisation intercepts this food waste otherwise destined for landfill and their talented chefs create amazingly tasty buffets of food for a pay as you feel café.
- You can find them every;
- Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at
- St lukes Church, Old Shoreham Road;
- Thursday at
- Hollingdean Community Centre, Thompson Road Brighton BN1 7BH;
- Friday at
- One Church, Gloucester Place Brighton BN1 4AA http://www.realjunkfoodbrighton.co.uk/
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