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Why Some Conservatives Are Blind to Climate Change

Why Some Conservatives Are Blind to Climate Change

Imagine this: A young professional couple at a party mentions they’re thinking of buying a home in a popular waterfront neighbourhood that scientists have found is vulnerable to coastal flooding. That flood risk is made extra clear by murals in the neighbourhood marking the predicted water level rise. What’s more, media headlines have warned about...

8 Low-Maintenance Indoor Plants for Your Office

8 Low-Maintenance Indoor Plants for Your Office

Plants are a common sight in the office environment nowadays. Its rising popularity could be due to a number factors: its ability to purify the air, the ways it adds a sense of organic character to a rather monotonous, bland office space, how it creates a luscious focal point in a room, and the ways...

A Real Life Upcycle Challenge

A Real Life Upcycle Challenge

At the mere mention of ‘upcycle,’ I immediately envision a scene of zombie-like people wielding hammers and crowbars, staggering through the back allies of local shopping malls in search of pallets. Once home, these jolting figures make beds, shelving units, desks, photo frames, and all sorts of knick knacks from this harvested wood, and then...

6 Apps That Help You Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

6 Apps That Help You Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

While it’s no secret that mobile technology is rough on the earth’s ecosystems, most of us couldn’t imagine a life without our smartphones in hand. Knowing how large of a carbon footprint our smartphones can leave behind, then, why not take that technology and turn it into an advantage? What if its apps and systems...

How to Host the Perfect Eco-Friendly Christmas Day Lunch

How to Host the Perfect Eco-Friendly Christmas Day Lunch

“Moderation is a fatal thing. Nothing succeeds like excess.”  – Oscar Wilde  As the holiday season draws ever closer, Oscar Wilde’s quote resonates with pretty much every Xmas reveller; clearly he was never Taoist. I’ll admit, I’m one such reveller. I love Christmas. I emphatically, empirically love its excesses: the carefree abandon, the joy on...

The Elixir of the Indo-Tibetan town

The Elixir of the Indo-Tibetan town

“When life hands you lemonade, don’t try to make lemons” – Vince Guthrie In my recent travels up in Dharamshala (Kangra District of Himachal Pradesh, India), I noticed a beverage listed on almost all menus I read in almost all cafes.  Under the section of Tea was printed this beautiful cuppa called Hot Lemon Honey...

The Nature of Nature

The Nature of Nature

Eco Warrior Princess is proud to feature friend and guest writer, Shikha Sacher. A woman who is as passionate about the environment and making a difference as I. Born and raised in India, Shikha completed her Post-Grad in Information Systems in Melbourne and spent over half a decade living and working in Australia. She is...