Permacooking

Delicious ways to reduce food waste


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Changing Clothes: The Dirty Side of Clothes

Did you know that the clothes you wear and wash on a daily basis contribute to environmental pollution? In fact, the clothing industry is the second largest polluter in the world. To know more about the dirty side of clothes, watch this Mercola video.

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Tackling Food Waste Starts in Your Kitchen [Infographic]

At one point or another, all of us have had to throw food away – and it’s never a good feeling.

Not just because it ends up being a waste of money, but because it’s a waste of resources. All of the food in your household has a carbon footprint, and when it doesn’t go to use, it’s really just had a negative impact on the environment with no pay off. This is even more true if it’s a meat product.

https://greenerideal.com/infographics/tackling-food-waste-starts-kitchen/


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Sweden is paying people to fix their belongings instead of throwing them away

To combat its ‘throwaway consumer culture’, Sweden has announced tax breaks on repairs to clothes, bicycles, fridges and washing machines.

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/10/sweden-is-tackling-its-throwaway-culture-with-tax-breaks-on-repairs-will-it-work/?utm_content=bufferc8379&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer