Sustainable solutions will take you from Thinking to Doing and we have collected a range of solutions that will not only get you started on your sustainable journey, but make you a champion in however small or big ways.
#SmallChanges - Around Oceans
Whether you are going sun-bathing, swimming, snorkelling or surfing, we want to give you some important considerations to sustainably look after our oceans, whilst in and around our oceans!
Your clothes and our planet will thank you because this laundry egg removes the need for laundry detergent and fabric conditioner = less plastic in our oceans. Buy them HERE and use discount code NATUREUNITE for a 15% discount.
DIY Coffee Grounds Exfoliation Scrub
We love to find ways to repurpose things that otherwise would end up as waste, and that is why we love this DIY coffee ground face and body exfoliation scrub!
The Nature Unite reusable bottle
Using Oceanbound recycled plastic from particularly exposed countries contributes to clean-up efforts of plastic waste that is at the verge of ending up in our oceans. Join The Blue Wave Movement HERE!
We are firm believers that you are a lot more likely to stick to a sustainable lifestyle if you start with the small easy changes, and as you take on more of these changes you will be a sustainable champion in no time. Our small changes series is all about sharing our community’s brilliant tips and solutions to everyday situations. Dive Deeper
Summer is coming and whether you are going sun-bathing, swimming, snorkelling or surfing, we want to give you some important considerations to sustainably look after our oceans, whilst in and around our oceans!
It is incredibly important to teach the next generation about our sustainable efforts and why they are so important, and we therefore love these sustainable tips from some awesome parents.
Food can be an environmental villain if we do not consider what and how we buy, cook and eat it. Luckily it is also one of the easiest things to start with to make a big impact.
During Covid-19, most of us will not have access to the same resources whilst being confined to our homes, we therefore love these tips on how to be sustainable whilst staying at home.
10 easy ways to reduce your plastic footprint
Eat-in to reduce take-away packaging
Reusable water bottle instead of single-use
Buy food without packaging
Swap cling-film for beewax wrap
Reusable make-up pads instead of single-use
Buy less clothes made from plastic
Reusable carry bag to reduce single-use
Switch to soap bars instead of plastic dispensers
Reusable take-away cup to reduce single-use
Say no to plastic straws
Solutions we LOVE
There are so many brilliant people and brands out there that are providing us with sustainable options, and we LOVE to tell you about some of our favourites at the moment. We really admire these people and brands for their environmental, sustainable, and ocean-friendly attributes. Dive Deeper
Exchange Single-use for Bamboo
Bamboo is the new power material, perfect for exchanging single-use plastic. Get your sustainable bamboo straws, bowls and cutlery HERE and use discount code NATUREUNITE for a 15% discount
BeeBee & Leaf Wraps
We love to bring our own or store food to reduce food waste, and the right way to make sure it stays fresh and ready to be eaten is with beeswax wraps. Get your sustainable wraps HERE and use discount code NATUREUNITE10 for a 10% discount
CRU Kafe Recyclable Coffee Capsules
We love these recyclable coffee pods from CRU as we enjoy a Colombian roast coffee without harming the planet. Buy them HERE and use discount code NATUREUNITE for a 10% discount
Sustainable solutions + discounts ❤
We love to share our favourite sustainable brands and products with you, and this is a growing list of our top picks for you to start your sustainable journey.
The Nature Unite Bottle
The Nature Unite bottle is made with Oceanbound recycled plastic and represents a real solution to plastic pollution whereby it ensures that we consume less single-use plastic which in turn reduces plastic waste, whilst also driving demand for increased infrastructure and support the livelihood of the most vulnerable people in the world. Now that is a SOLUTION!
#TheBlueWaveMovement is an initiative that many in our community have already joined to show their support for our mission to keep our oceans blue. Join them and get your bottle HERE today!
Removing the need to buy single-use plastic water bottles has never been more important considering that 1 million single-use plastic water bottles are bought around the world every minute.
Reducing plastic waste by consuming less single-use plastic. This is particularly important considering that >70% of single-use water bottles never gets recycled with majority ending up in landfill or nature.
Driving demand and economic feasibility for recycled plastic will drive improved and increased infrastructure worldwide, leading to economic growth and prosperity in countries that need it the most.
Supporting the most vulnerable people in the world with jobs and security through increased waste management work so that they can stay healthy, support their families, and improve their overall quality of life.
Using Oceanbound recycled plastic from particularly exposed countries contributes to clean-up efforts of plastic waste that is at the verge of ending up in our oceans.
Collecting plastic waste before it enters and pollutes our oceans increases health and wellbeing for all ocean dependant animals and wildlife.
10 tips for how to be sustainable on the beach
Do not feed animals in the wild
Bring a reusable litter-bag and clean up
never remove wildlife from the oceans
take all your belongings with you back home
avoid touching or stepping on plants and corals
choose a reef-friendly sunblock
rinse snorkel and dive gear with fresh water before use
demand sustainable practises from coast-connected businesses
choose sustainable and local seafood
LIVE A MORE SUSTAINABLE LIFE
What they did
I got a KeepCup to always be able to have my coffee on the go without using take-away cups - Katie Colvin
I love sparkling water and got a Sodastream to carbonate my own water instead of buying single-use . - Adam Burgess
I started calculating my carbon footprint to know where I was spending and how I could reduce it. - Clare Baranowski
I got a reusable water bottle to never have to buy single-use bottles again - Caroline de Lézardière
Before binning something at home, I look at how I can reuse or repurpose it or give it to someone who can do that - Keri-Anne Payne
I bought reusable bags for me and my brother to collect waste on the beach each time before we go surfing - Axel Lacy