7 weird ways you can lower your impact on the planet

Michelle Ealson

7 weird ways you can lower your impact on the planet

We Are Explorers' writer suggests reflects ' seven less-obvious ways to do your bit for the planet'

Posted on 01.11.2019

A new article published by We Are Explorers on helping our planet in it’s time of need!

Naturally, as someone who loves the outdoors, you want to make sure our planet stays happy and healthy. But how? In partnership with Icebreaker, we’ve dug deeper for seven less-obvious ways to do your bit for the planet. 

Sometimes the state of the world can be a little overwhelming, in the face of certain political leadership, global-scale disasters and environmental destruction. But there’s plenty of things everyone can do to reduce their footprint. So here’s a little life hack list to help get you motivated with easy solutions. Some simple places to start, and some strange ones, to help keep our oceans clean and mountains magical.

  • Buy Natural Fibres Not Synthetic
  • BYO Box
  • Meat Free Mondays
  • Wash Your Clothes Less
  • Drink Organic Beer
  • Wabi Sabi – Embrace Life With Less
  • Track Your Trash

Why not give them a go?

Alice Forrest
We Are Explorers





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