Sustainable Christmas Trees

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The most sustainable Christmas tree is the one you already own.

We had to buy new so we’ve gone for a living tree in a pot. In my opinion, this is the best option because it is circular: using it keeps a product in use for longer, there’s no waste because we’ll transfer it to the garden between Christmasses, and whilst out there it will provide a habitat for local wildlife, regeneration nature.

Exploring how we can live more sustainably and why we should. Focus on how the individual can make changes to their environmental impact, be informed and drive change.

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Kevin Jones

Kevin Jones

Maritime Sustainability Specialist. Editor of Rethink Convenience, creator of the Sustainability Calendar, and author of the Live Circular newsletter

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