© rethink-recycle.netDon’t throw old calendars away. Every 28 years you can reuse them, because the day-date-combination repeats itself in exactly the same way!
You could keep them and give them to your kids when they are grown up. I bet they would love that! 🙂
Do you still have candle waste from candles you have used in the last few weeks?
You can melt it and produce some new candles! 🙂
→ “Reuse Candle Waste” (article from 02.Nov.2014)
→ Tutorial (1-2-do.com)
Just cut funny forms out of orange peel, poke a hole in it and hang it into the christmas tree! 🙂
The ShareWaste-App wants to help reduce the amount of food scraps going to landfill.
© Pinterest / babble.com
You don’t always have to buy new stuff to decorate your home!
First published: 24. April 2014
From 17th to 25th of November 2018 The European Week For Waste Reduction takes place again!
Thousands of actions are organized all around Europe.
The thematic focus in 2018 is:
Hazardous Waste Prevention: Time to Detox!
Till the 4th of November you have the opportunity to register an action.
→ ewwr.eu (english)
First published: 21. November 2015
If you want it or not: Christmas is in 7 weeks! 😀
First published: December 9th, 2016
First published: October 15th, 2014
You have to cut back your trees in your garden this winter?
How could you use the branches better than by upcycling them?? 🙂
How about some new branch hangers for your clothes?
→ recyclelovers.com (this site unfortunately doesn’t exist anymore)
First published: 9. März 2015
© Poopscape Projects
You found old negatives somewhere in your parents cupboard?
You can upcycle them into a nice lamp for your nightstand:
→ Poopscape Projects (poopscapecom.yourwebhosting.com)
First published: 29. Oktober 2013
First published: 20. November 2014
Super easy! Make your own cake stand with old plates and cups.
First published: May 15th, 2013
Different uses for old papermaps:
First published: 2. Juni 2014
At the Global Climate Action Summit 2018
The most unnecessary food waste event every year….
Wow! This Chicago restaurant produces only 8 gallons of waste per year (30 litres)! And this waste is also being recycled! 🙂
First published: November 6th, 2016
There is no such thing as an economy that exists without the physical world. The delusional idea that markets are separate from nature has guided mainstream economic policy for a long time — and now we are seeing the consequences in mass extinctions, loss of topsoils, climate change, collapse of fish stocks in the world ocean, rising levels of pollution, and more.
→ Read more (medium.com)
First published: 11. Juli 2016