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Going Zero Waste With Kids

Going Zero Waste With Kids

Zero waste living certainly gets a little trickier when kids are in the picture. Erin Rhoads shares her tips on how you can go zero waste with kids with ease. 
issue 24 pip magazine

Issue 24 Out Now!

It’s here! Issue 24 of Pip Magazine is starting to wing its way to letterboxes and stockists’ shelves across the country as we speak. 
Sustainable Mother's Day gift ideas

5 Sustainable Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

Mother’s Day might be round the corner, but that doesn’t mean it has to cost the earth. This Mother’s Day, if you plan to celebrate your mother with a gift, choose one that honours Mother Earth too, from the Pip Shop. And to help, we’ve hand picked our top ideas and created our very own Ethical Mother’s… View more

A zero waste life Anita Vandyke

Pip Profile: Anita Vandyke

Anita Vandyke – zero waste advocate and author of ‘A Zero Waste Life’ – shares with us her journey to zero waste living and offers some quick, easy waste free tips. Qualified rocket scientist, medical doctor (Bachelor of Engineering –…

Making Newspaper Seedling Pots

Making Newspaper Seedling Pots

Making newspaper seedling pots is an inexpensive and sustainable way to raise your seedlings. Not only are you eliminating plastic from the process, but it’s better for your plants, too.  There are so many advantages to using paper seedling pots. In…

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