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Earth Hour -

The Earth Hour Event The history of Earth Hour goes back to 2007 when the WWF launched the first lights-out event in Sydney. Since this first event Earth Hour has become a global hour of inspiration and has seen buildings, streets and even city skylines fall into darkness while we think about Mother Earth. - The event is held every year on the last Saturday in March and millions of people from more than 180 countries now take part in Earth Hour. The Earth Hour Mission Although Earth Hour first began as a lights-out movement, it now goes far beyond...

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We must work together to rebuild our forests if we are to protect our planet from climate change. Therefore, we are proud to be working with One Tree Planted, reforesting our planet by planting one tree for every order placed at Eco Earth Market. Forests cover around 1/3 of all land on Earth, but every year 15 billion trees are cut down around the world. We have already lost 46% of the worlds historic forests, and currently, 15% of global greenhouse gas emissions are the result of deforestation. Global industrialisation, agriculture, logging and infrastructure are all encroaching on the natural world.

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Eco-Friendly Products -

What is Wild? Wild is the new refillable naural deodorant. It is vegan, plastic-free and sustainable. Wild are on a mission to stop the throaway phenomena of disposable bathroom products,  redefining our future of personal care. Wild give back! Not only have Wild created the perfect solution to disposable deodorants, but they also work with their chosen charity, 'On A Mission' to offset their environmental impact through sustainable reforestation. On A Mission are a swiss non-profit organisation that enable businesses and individuals to invest in carefully selected reforestation projects to offset their carbon emissions.  What is Wild made from? Wild...

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Eco-Friendly Products -

For centuries, many household items were made using natural materials, but in the early 20th century a new innovative substitute was discovered... Plastic! A synthetic, inorganic polymer that is easy to clean, has multiple uses and is very strong and durable. Plastic pollution is now a major problem, threatening our ecosystems by polluting our environments and the food and water we consume.

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Thailand, Travel Guide -

Unless you are very rich and own a private jet, the chances are you cannot travel right now. Most airlines have greatly reduced schedules and many governments are limiting non-essential travel. The good news is that things are looking up and although you may not be able to get away this summer, what about 2021?

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