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Six ways to head towards a zero-waste home kitchen Reaching zero-waste in a home kitchen can feel an impossible ambition. Here are six ways to begin Environment Food Lifestyle Society
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Thinking outside the bin at the world’s first zero-waste restaurant Waste is a failure of the imagination, goes the adage at Silo: the world’s first zero-waste restaurant Environment Food Lifestyle
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Chris Packham the ‘punk optimist’. Plus what else to expect in the new issue of Positive News The new issue of Positive News magazine is out now. Highlights include a taste of the visionary menu at the world’s first zero-waste restaur... Editor's letter Perspective
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Welcome to the world’s first zero-waste island A tiny Greek island has undergone a green revolution, becoming energy self-sufficient and permanently closing its landfill site Environment Lifestyle Society World
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The pedal-powered ‘zero waste’ grocer taking on London’s supermarkets ‘Zero waste’ shops are popular, but not always convenient. This small business has a solution Written in partnership with DAUN
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Living life to the greenest: the sustainability trends that will dominate in 2022 Positive News spoke to green-living experts on the trends that will be at the forefront this year Written in partnership with Triodos Bank
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