Mrs Green

I am a long time supporter of the Green and Sustainable lifestyle. After being caught in the Boscastle floods in 2004, our family begun a journey to respect and promote the importance of Earth's fragile ecosystem, that focussed on reducing waste. Inspired by the beauty and resourcefulness of this wonderful planet, I have published numerous magazine articles on green issues and the author of four books.

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Bunny Green gets a new recycled home

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Bunny Green gets a new recycled home

Sunrise the bunny wakes up in a mansion…

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How NOT to send a review item in the post

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How NOT to send a review item in the post

Mrs Green receives an unexpected surprise…

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Make money recycling with OnBay

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Make money recycling with OnBay

How to make money while doing the right thing…

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365 ways to reuse bread

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365 ways to reuse bread

Our favourite recipes for prevent bread going to waste…

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How is your zero waste week going?

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How is your zero waste week going?

One of our participants is getting manufacturers on board…

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Combing convenience AND zero waste!

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Combing convenience AND zero waste!

One pudding manufacturer is delivering convenience without waste…

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Hear my interview on Radio Cardiff

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Hear my interview on Radio Cardiff

10 minutes of talking trash on Radio Cardiff

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The ultimate zero waste gift for the person who has everything?

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The ultimate zero waste gift for the person who has everything?

One zero waster makes her pledge for this year…

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