“SUSTAINABLE CHRISTMAS” PACK

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As the end of year celebrations approach, we are happy to present our Pack “Sustainable Christmas” composed of the first 11 Practical Ideas guides!

For only €67.50 instead of €75, offer a sustainable gift, pedagogic and engaged to your loved ones to guide them in their ecological transition! 🎁

So rather trendy with ethical fashion, recharging your batteries on green holidays, being a follower of zero-waste, or even empowering your plate, so many themes for which our guides will accompany you!

With this new pack, do it full of practical and easy-to-implement solutions to help you in your smooth transition!

Pack available until December 16!

WITH THE “SUSTAINABLE CHRISTMAS” PACK, RECEIVE ALL OF OUR 11 PRACTICAL IDEA GUIDES AT A REDUCED PRICE:

– IP #1: Baby (also) will be green
– IP #2: Ecology on our plates
– IP #3: Ethical fashion in our wardrobes
– IP #4: Ecological transition made in France
– IP #5: Ecology at home
– IP #6: Getting (really) zero waste: instructions for use
– IP #7: Slow life: instructions for slowing down
– IP #8: 365 days to make your transition made in France
– IP #9: How to live almost without plastic
– IP #10: Green holidays: instructions for use
– IP #11: All about organic food

What does this pack contain?

BABY (TOO) WILL BE GREEN
Practical guide Practical Ideas #1 – 68 pages: 68 pages of analysis, advice, tips, testimonials and talks by experts on major everyday topics to help young parents welcome babies in sustainable fashion: clothing, food, equipment, hygiene, quality of air, zero waste… discover concrete and easy-to-implement solutions to combine ecology, savings and kindness for your child.

ECOLOGY ON OUR PLATES
Practical guide Practical Ideas #2 – 68 pages: A practical guide to make your food transition filled with anti-waste tips and concrete solutions to eat better while saving money, fight against food waste, switch to zero waste mode, favor short circuits, promote fruits and vegetables season, switch to a flexitarian diet, put more vegetables on your plate, etc.

ETHICAL FASHION IN OUR DRESSINGS
Practical Guide Practical Ideas #3 – 68 pages: No more T-shirts that wear out in three weeks, coats that pill once last season, pants made on the other side of the world… in this issue, all the solutions to switch to slow fashion , to the circular economy, to reasoned purchases and to quality rather than quantity!

THE ECOLOGICAL TRANSITION MADE IN FRANCE
Practical guide Practical Ideas #4 – 68 pages: If the future of the French economy and the repercussions that it should face remain to be drawn in this period of crisis, perhaps it is time for the “Made in France” to find a place of choice. Clothing, food, culture… all our solutions to consume French and responsibly!

ECOLOGY AT HOME
Practical guide Practical Ideas #5 – 68 pages: Our homes being the private laboratories of the ecological transition, this is where it all begins for many citizens. Household products, furniture, air quality, electricity, decoration, plants… there is no longer any question of letting just anything into our homes!

GETTING (REALLY) TO ZERO WASTE: HOW IT WORKS
Practical guide Practical Ideas #6 – 68 pages: Put an end to single-use products and waste at all levels, switch to bulk, compost, better sort your packaging and paper… In this issue of Practical Ideas written in partnership with Zero Waste France, we offer you very concrete solutions (and not “gadgets”) to get (really!) zero waste in all areas of daily life.

SLOW LIFE: HOW TO SLOW DOWN
Practical Guide Practical Ideas #7 – 68 pages: Be part of the present moment, reconnect with nature, cook for real, practice meditation, show kindness, listen to those around us, take time just for yourself, in short, slow down. It is this passage to a life a little softer that this issue of Practical Ideas special “slow life”, more philosophical but just as concrete as the others, offers you to undertake.

365 DAYS TO MAKE YOUR MADE IN FRANCE TRANSITION
Practical guide Practical Ideas #8 – 68 pages: Encouraging the French economy at a time of an unprecedented health crisis seems obvious to rebuild itself… but on condition of doing it well. And that’s where the problem lies: how to recognize the real “made in France” and avoid “Frenchwashing”? How to concretely put blue white red in our daily life and at each high point of the year?

HOW TO LIVE ALMOST PLASTIC-FREE?
Practical Guide Practical Ideas #9 – 68 pages : Since the 1950s, plastic has gradually become indispensable in everyday life. A revolution at the time, but the consequences of this “all-throw away” society ultimately proved disastrous. Now, we are trying to get rid of it, especially in the field of everyday objects. The authorities abound in this direction, the companies try to follow and the consumers do not want any more. But can we really do without it?

GREEN HOLIDAYS: INSTRUCTIONS
Practical Guide Practical Ideas #10 – 68 pages : Tourism is responsible for 11% of greenhouse gas emissions! At a time when the climate emergency is no longer to be proven, it is essential to rethink your holidays and your way of traveling. Moreover, for 61% of French people, the preservation of nature and the environment are greater concerns than before the start of the health crisis (IFOP study 2021). But how to do it ? What are the solutions ?

ALL ABOUT ORGANIC FOOD
Practical Guide Practical Ideas #11 – 68 pages : Organic farming took its roots in France in the 1920s, according to Agence bio. Initially discreet and marginal, this designation now abounds on the labels of food products. On the one hand, attached to transparency, the confidence index granted by the French to organic products fell in 2020 to drop below the 6/10 mark, still notes the Agence bio in its Spirit Insight study. But what does the organic designation cover? What are the ins and outs of its agriculture? Is organic really better for our health and the planet? Does it cost more?

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