Christmas is just around the corner, and in Sustainability for all we compile our Christmas publications to offer you the best tips to enjoy these holidays in a sustainable way.
When preparing meals and dinner, buying gifts or choosing your Christmas tree we have multiple options to live these days being environmentally responsible and more solidary with those around us.
Real vs. Plastic Christmas tree
The first thing we focus on is the decoration. Did you know that to offset the amount of CO2 generated by a plastic tree you would have to use it for twelve years? This article analyzes the pros and cons of buying a live tree or a synthetic one.
The best DIY Christmas decoration ideas
Christmas is here again, an endearing time for the familiy but also an occasion for excess and uncontrolled consumption in many places.
That's why we encourage you to reduce unnecessary consumption and save on decorating your home by simply making your Christmas decorations reusing and recycling objects that you have within a hand's reach. Make your own decorations and have a sustainable Christmas!
A sustainable and solidary Christmas
Apart from family and friends reunions and sometimes excessive consumerism, Christmas has always been related to solidarity and good intentions. Although this should occur throughout the year, it is always good to change our habits these dates and live a more supportive Christmas.
Sustainable meals and dinners
Have you heard about the new trend in sustainable cuisine? Sustainable restaurants offer a new perspective on what gastronomy means and there are ever more of them, offering healthy cuisine that also takes care of the planet. This Christmas, consider visting one of these restaurants with your familiy and friends.
Literature has always been one of the main gifts in Christmas. If you are planning to buy a book as a present for someone, first read this article: eBook versus traditional. Book lovers are opting for both so we delve into the pros and cons of each and their carbon footprint.