Hey eco-friendly people and people who want to be a bit more eco-friendly, here's this month's round up of green actions and articles,
Possibly my favourite news story of all time, the escape of Inky the octopus. Go Inky go!
I've been reading Lucy's blog for ages, she doesn't wash her hair and lives in an awesome yurt in New Zealand. Read about how she was arrested for protesting against a mine on protected mountain land.
I seem to share something about fracking every month, can fracking go away now please? Add your name to Friend's of the Earth's 'People's Declaration' to let North Yorkshire Council know their decision to allow fracking is unwelcome.
I just LOVE this petition from a little girl asking McDonalds to reduce plastic waste by switching to paper straws.
Microfiber — which often makes an appearance in clothing, furniture, and sheets as well as cleaning cloths — is a textile made from ultrafine synthetic yarns, namely polyester and nylon. It has a few nice properties that make it especially good for cleaning and give it some green cred. Spoiler: I’m not going to recommend that you convert to it.
Did you know microfibres have a dirty little secret?
I love Wendy's collection of ethical wellies on her blog, Moral Fibres. (I'm a bit in love with the red ones!)
Tell Nestle's CEO that water doesn't belong to them, and they can't just take it without permission!
If you have an eco friendly or green living blog post or article you'd like to submit for next month's round up email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.