Our new Sea Turtle Rehabilitation Centre at One & Only Reethi Rah in North Male Atoll is open. We can now transfer some of the turtle patients requiring long-term rehabilitation here and free up tank space for critically injured turtle patients at the Rescue Centre.
The whole experience was life changing, so much so that I have come home and resigned from my job of 28 years! It taught me that there is so much more to this life, and I intend to live it. We have a beautiful planet, and we need to fight to keep it, despite the odds! ~Kim Simkins
We understand that no everyone has the time, patience, or money to go plastic free. In the final article in our blog series on how to reduce your plastic waste, we give you the top five easiest, one-time changes you can make. Small but effective changes that may even prove contagious!
Encouraging your office to reduce as much plastic as possible can help encourage others to do it at home. It can also help promote the business as eco-friendly and could have a ripple effect throughout practices. This is the sixth installment in our series of blogs with tips on how to reduce your plastic waste.
You may be surprised to learn that many of your clothes contain plastic. Go through your wardrobe and check the labels; fabrics containing polyester, nylon, acrylic, or polyamide are made with plastic fibres. In this article we discuss how to reduce plastic in your wardrobe.
In the fourth article in our blog series on how to reduce your plastic consumption we focus on the kitchen. The great thing about reducing plastic in your kitchen is that most of it is just upcycling what you have already. It is an affordable way to reduce your plastic and can make a real difference.