Co-founded by Liz and Gaynor, Best Years is a wonderful fair trade and eco toy brand. I spoke with Gaynor to learn more about how the business started and the pivot they made from a toy company supplying the giant high street stores, to one that partners with social enterprises, ensuring ethics is at the very heart of their business.
OzHarvest in Australia have come up with a solution to their 4 million-tonne food waste problem. From shepherds pie to a black bean stir-fry, it's all available free to feed yourself and/or your family. How are they doing this?
I came across Lanka Kade when searching for traditional wooden toys for my nephews and goddaughter. In the age of technology that we live in, I think it's wonderful that retro wooden toys have made such a comeback and it's great to see kids being creative and playing with educational toys that don't require batteries or technical aids.
According to The Guardian a million plastic bottles are purchased every minute across the world. When you consider that on average one plastic bottle will take approximately 450 years to fully degrade, that's a lot of plastic waste!