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Deelat Solar Garden Landscape Light 100 lumen

By Mr Green | August 8, 2018

Much of the world has experienced a warmer sunnier summer this year. Here in the UK we’ve seen more hours of sunshine that in many previous summers. Modern solar technology has stepped in to give us many ways to make use of all that beautiful energy even when the sun goes down at night.
We’ve been reviewing a pack of six luxurious garden solar lights by

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The Art of Buying Forever Furniture

By Mrs Green | August 7, 2018

In a day and age where instant gratification rules the roost, everything rolls off a conveyor belt by the thousands and so much ends up in overflowing landfills, there has never been more need for you to buy big-ticket items that will last a lifetime or three.

How To Get Your Children Into The Garden This Summer!

By Mrs Green | July 25, 2018

The summer holidays are here and attempting to get your children into the garden can be a difficult job. You may have to compete with games consoles, computer screens and television shows.

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Top 4 Most Common Causes Of Depression In Adults

By Mrs Green | July 9, 2018

Depression affects millions of people worldwide, but what causes it? Today, we take a look at the most common causes of this mental health problem in adults.

soil erosion

What is erosion control and why is geotechnical engineering important?

By Mrs Green | July 5, 2018

Preventing land erosion caused by atmospheric phenomena is something that is gaining more and more importance today in fields like agriculture, coastal or land development (roads, embankments, canals, dams, reservoirs, landfills) and also construction.

7 Books, movies and people that inspire change!

By Mrs Green | July 4, 2018

While we’re having a heatwave in the UK, I’ve been spending my evenings catching up with my reading list. What better way to escape the heat than to get lost in a good book!

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Will air quality laws still be enforced post-Brexit and what can schools do to protect children?

By Mrs Green | June 22, 2018

The Royal Colleges of Physicians and of Paediatrics and Child Health estimated that air pollution is linked to up to 40,000 premature deaths in the UK each year.

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Why we should all reduce plastic waste

By Mrs Green | June 5, 2018

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know that the issues surrounding our single-use plastics consumptions is big news.


The green energy plan that will make China the most eco-friendly city in the world

By Mrs Green | May 26, 2018

One of the most important issues of our times – the problem of bettering our ecological footprint – persists. With recent conversations revolving around issues like, global warming, rising levels of pollution, and a general increase in waste levels, countries have started looking for solutions.

cat lying on environmentally friendly flooring

How to Choose Environmentally Friendly Flooring

By Mrs Green | May 23, 2018

Every aspect of your home, from the paint you put on the ceilings, to the type of flooring you choose, can provide you with opportunities to live in a more sustainable way.

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