A little illustrated handbook by Shubhashree Sangameswaran with simple, everyday ideas towards a less messy world. Also, a brief look at the past to see what lessons we can learn from our earlier generations and how they were pretty effortlessly #zerowaste, even before it became a hashtag.
If you're getting a bit disgruntled at the state of our planet and wondering where to start, this book is for you. If you're already 'woke' and you carry your own cutlery and #RefuseTheStraw, but some people STILL don't seem to get it - this book is a perfect gift for them!
If you’ve been looking to go green and are eager to get your kids involved, Let's Talk Trash: The Kids' Activity Book is a great resource to introduce concepts such as recycling, waste management, single-use plastics etc. Recommended age group is 3-130, and no, that is not a typo, because both children and adults alike will find plenty of information that is more relevant now than ever, conveyed through activities such as Sort the trash, Lifecycle of Plastic bag, Word finder.
While we care about handwritten notes, as an eco enthusiast we wanted to know if there could be any alternatives for plastic pens. During my trip to Kerala i've come across these cute pens made out of paper and had a seed at the end of the pen which when you are done with the pen can sow the pen and give life to a pretty little plant. While they do have a plastic refill in them, they are more affordable than ink pens and significantly less footprint than plastic pens.
Come in assorted colors pack of 4 (you could get any colors, surprise! But feel free to leave a comment if you want bright colors or pastels)
A word of caution, they are paper caps after all so with time and use the cap could get loose.