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The Gardening Adventure

As the first verse of a favourite song, we’ve written down in our Garblog stone the fundamentals of having a garden, also known as setting it up pr...

Marine Pollution

This week we are having a look at how the situation is going with our beloved and frightening blue desert, with its life underground and the perfec...

Permaculture

As with all evolving ideas put to work, the concept of permaculture is quite a pickle to grasp. The more we dig into it, the more we figure it is h...

The Struggle Against Food Waste II

It is an essential part of our life mission to tackle this type of problem. In fact, at Garbags we like to think that life is made of millions of m...

The Impact of Nuclear War on the Environment

 “The nuclear arms race is like two sworn enemies standing waist deep in gasoline, one with three matches, the other with five.” - Carl Sagan The ...

Time to Build a Garden

Time goes by so fast that we just end up missing out on doing some of the things we have always had in mind. Well, not today! This week, we aim to ...

Cake Recipe: Egg & Dairy Free!

With so much going on in the world, it’s understandably hard to relax and enjoy the simple things in life. Sometimes, all it takes is a slice of c...

The Impact of War on the Environment

Also known as “a state of armed conflict between different nations or states or different groups within a nation or state”. It’s never easy to ...

Old Jeans? No Problem!

Jeans have been around for almost two hundred years. They’ve become a universal choice, from old-school cowboys to Gen Z boy bands. They’re the del...

Fast Food: Environmental Hazard

It is most unfortunate that fast food has become part of our lives, so now it’s more important than ever to completely understand what the legitima...

Eco-Friendly Activities: Chapter 2

Ladies and gentlemen, the second chapter has arrived! That’s right, you guessed it again, we’re going to find some ways of having some pedagogical ...

COMPOST: NATURE'S GIFT

Compost is organic matter that has been decomposed over time, such as food waste and plants, and recycled as a fertiliser to improve the soil. It i...