The Earth Circle

June 9, 2021

Teabags vs. tea leaves: What’s better for you and the environment?

For a lot of us, mornings don’t begin without the staple cup of tea. While some prefer black tea, others reach out for healthier options, and […]
June 3, 2021

Do trees really sleep?

Imagine making your food, consuming it and repeating the process over and over again – all without even touching it. Sounds tiring, right? Well, that’s photosynthesis […]
May 28, 2021

Scented candles might be therapeutic for you, but aren’t great for the environment

With the advent of Hygge on our collective Instagram feeds and our lives, it is impossible to indulge in self-care without lighting a scented candle first. […]
May 19, 2021

7 ways you can save the planet every single day

The environmental crisis is more often than not used in conjunction with complex numbers and boring stats. When justified with intimidating numbers, it can be easy […]
May 13, 2021

Do you know where the oxygen we breathe actually comes from?

Fun fact: We breathe 550 litres of oxygen everyday. Yes, every single day. This intake of oxygen can be credited to the fact that the average […]
May 6, 2021

7 Easy Ways to Save Water at Home

Clean, sparkling, fresh water. One of the many abundances of nature provided free of cost to us that has often been taken for granted. While water […]
May 3, 2021

Happy Earth: All the environmental good news to add some cheer to your day

Earth Day 2021 was celebrated on the 22nd of April with much ardour, marking the 51st year since its inception back in 1970. Each year, a […]
May 1, 2021

How many trees do we need to actually plant to save the planet?

Since the days of grade school science, the importance of trees for survival has been common knowledge. They inhale carbon dioxide, dispel life-affirming oxygen and play […]
April 24, 2021

Emails – not as environmentally friendly as we think.

While emails might be a great way to communicate and keep track of work, they aren’t as friendly as we thought. When it comes to saving the environment, some activities might have a bigger impact than others, but every single endeavour — no matter how big or small — can play a meaningful role in preserving the planet that we call home.