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Living Zero Waste & Treading More Gently On The Planet

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    • Geraldine
      January 14, 2020

      Hi Melissa,
      some wonderful ideas presented, I would also add about washing clothes and line drying instead of using the dryer , (which is one of my pet hates actually when people use a dryer on a sunny day!) is that you are also adding movement to your day by increasing NEAT (Non-exercise activity thermogenesis) which is so important for overall health and wellbeing. Also, are you familiar with Katy Bowman? She’s fabulous and she uses the concept of ‘stacking’, stack your life. So, for example, hanging clothes to dry + you’re also getting in movement + getting some rays of sunshine = stacking.

      I have recently become very concerned about the environmental impacts of essentials oils. it takes so much plant material to make one tiny bottle of the finished product. I have read how many lemons it takes to produce one 15ml of oil and the incredible amounts in pounds of lavender or rose for one tiny bottle I think its worth asking the question, how is this impacting the environment and sustainability especially when consumption of EO’s is growing so exponentially? To cater for a multi billion dollar market that’s an outrageous amount of plant matter being harvested .

      • January 17, 2020

        Hey Geraldine, I totally agree with the dryer and think if you can use the line that’s always the best option. I love the idea of ‘NEAT’ and I personally think about that often, but thanks for the reminder and I will check out Katy. In regards, to the oils, I think it’s a question of not only sustainability but the impact a company is having on the ground where the raw material comes from. I can only speak for doTERRA as I am most familiar with their Co-impact Sourcing model. As long as sustainability is a priority and the surrounding environment and community are improved, then I think we can safely purchase these products with a clear conscience. But, not all essential oils are harvested in this way, so yes, it could be an issue for the industry. You can learn more about doTERRA co impact sourcing here. I hope this helps and thank you for doing your part. xx

    • Kat
      January 15, 2020

      Hey Melissa!
      Thank you for this- so many good tips! And thank you for spreading the word and being such an example in this space. You are wonderful!

      One note on palm oil though- when done responsibly it is actually one of the most sustainable plant oils because it requires less land and water to produce high yield plants. It’s also highly resilient and doesn’t need many chemical fertilizers or pesticides and grows well on used soil (You don’t have to chop down the rainforest to grow it). Coconut on the other hand produces much less oil per plant and grows better on virgin soil and is also farmed irresponsibly just like palm.

      I think rather than boycott Palm we should be buying responsible palm products and push our favorite brands to do more to change the supply chains.

      • January 17, 2020

        Hey Kat, thank you so much for your comment. I did not know this so thank you for bringing it to our attention. I am going to look deeper into it. xx

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