This homemade cleaning spray is versatile and cheap to make. Most cleaning agents are filled with unnatural chemicals, such as ammonia and chlorine bleach (sodium hypochlorite), which release a toxic gas into the air that can cause asthma and other … Continue reading DIY : All-Purpose Cleaning Spray
Climate change is real, but the waves are yet to tide over the political realm. With the people’s voice on the rise, is the green cyclone coming, or will we just cycle back to our old ways? Continue reading Green New World
With the population’s increasing meat consumption and the agro-farming industry’s insatiable appetite for scarce natural resources, could lab-grown meat become the solution for future generations? Continue reading Welcome to the New Farm
Today, it’s impossible to avoid the layers of plastic packaging used to hold our food, but we believe that shopping without any waste doesn’t have to be that difficult. Here’s the proof… Continue reading No Packaging? No Problem.
If you’ve been following the news for the past year you’ll know plastic pollution is, well, everywhere. So, I decided to take matters into my own hands and made one change a day, for an entire week, towards a more sustainable and waste-free lifestyle. Here’s what happened… Continue reading One Change a Day Keeps the Climate Crisis Away
Every day we see more and more articles hailing the benefits of veganism, so much so that the vegan movement is being seen as the answer to almost any global problem. But, is turning vegan and dismissing animal products completely the best solution? Continue reading Can a Vegan Diet Really Cure the Earth?
This deoderant is a great natural alternative to what you usually find in shops like Boots or Superdrug. Their deodorants are antiperspirant, therefore are designed to stop you sweating by clogging your pores, but we are supposed to sweat! It’s … Continue reading DIY : Natural Deodorant
A completely sustainable home seems an impossible goal to achieve in one of the biggest cities in the world, but hiding amongst the sky scrapers and factories there is an unexpected home with a green mission. Continue reading My Sustainable Home: All Aboard
London is on a mission, to become a cleaner, greener city. From the Mayor’s office to charitable organisations, action is being taken across the city. Too little too late? Or coming at just the right time? Continue reading Green Initiatives
When you think zero-waste, you think package-free, but Silo, a fully sustainable restaurant in Brighton, presents an alternative way of what waste-free could look like. From organic farm meat to recycled furniture and crockery – everything is either upcycled, recycled or homemade. Sustainable to the core. Continue reading SILO: “Living in Harmony with Nature”
Long Arm Pub & Brewery is one of the latest night-out additions hidden away in the Shoreditch labyrinths. A good rugby game, juicy burger and a pint of sustainable beer brewed right in front of your eyes are the hottest takes on its menu.
Continue reading Re:solve Reviews: An Eco-Conscious Pint at Long Arm Pub & Brewery
Even one Ecobrick can give your plastic waste new life, be reused, and still keep serving its new purpose for centuries ahead. Continue reading The Demystifier Series: ECOBRICKS
This homemade toothpaste is a very simple recipe to make with completely natural ingredients that can be found easily from your local shop. Most toothpastes have toxic chemicals in, such as fluoride and triclosan which can have a negative impact … Continue reading DIY : Organic Toothpaste
You have probably already heard of the new London IKEA store. Tube adverts, street billboards, bus wallpapers, news features, sponsored Instagram posts, Facebook pop-up ads… Re:solve went to see what is the buzz over the new North Greenwich location about. Continue reading IKEA Greenwich: Unpacked
Rusty brick walls covered in warm cream detailing. Dimmed lights. Fiddle-leaf fig trees and palms of all shapes and sizes spread across the dining area. Welcome to Caravan Fitzrovia, a millennial-esque, aesthetic-driven spot for a meeting, a smart dinner, a casual hang out, or even your next date. Continue reading Re:solve Reviews: Caravan Restaurants and Caravan Coffee Roasters
It is no secret that climate change is affecting our planet rapidly, with more acute outcomes than expected. Yet as dreamy as T-shirt weather in February sounds, global warming has severely negative impacts on the nature around us. Can it be severe enough to wipe out (or more likely dry out) chocolate? Continue reading Are We Saying Bye to Chocolate?
Have you ever wondered why in some places the recyclable waste can be mixed, while in others it has to be separated? Well, we did. Two major cities, Barcelona and London, have very different approaches to recycling. Re:solve went to investigate what it is and why. Continue reading The Recycling Race
Feel like a Mexican fiesta in the heart of London, surrounded by eclectic furniture, delicious smells wafting from an open kitchen, and a treasure trove of drinks on display? Wahaca is the place to go! Continue reading Re:solve Reviews: Wahaca