Sharing tips on a sustainable life

The importance of pollinators

The scientific community has previously underestimated, or, at a minimum, failed to document the interconnectedness of plant and pollinator systems. ... The importance of pollinators

Porous Paving

Porous paving is a method of giving structure to the ground for the purposes of providing vehicle access. In laypersons ... Porous Paving

Sustainable Eating: the Food Choice Decision Tree

Food choice is becoming a divisive issue. Fad diets, social media influence, and the general narrative around plant-based dieting is responsible for a lot of misinformation and greenwashing aimed at selling food products. We look at what is really good, better, and best for the environment and share tips on how to make more sustainable food choices without adopting a strict diet.

Decoding Sustainability Reporting

Company Reporting Many companies are required to disclose metrics associated with their business operations and financial position. These requirements typically ... Decoding Sustainability Reporting

Saving pennies on your pasta

Pasta is quite an important subject in Italy. Italian companies produce on average 3.6 millions of tons of pasta each year, and Italians eat approximately 23 Kg each per year. Given the rise in gas prices and increasing awareness of the impact our food consumption has on the environment, many have rediscovered a way of cooking pasta that was used more than 300 years ago, in the eighteenth century.

Does eating soy products carry risks for the environment?

With the world chasing meat replacements, and a fair share of that coming from soy protein, a lot of people are scratching their heads wondering about the impact of this excess demand for soy products. After all, soy production is associated with habitat loss and deforestation in Latin America. So, on the whole - is soy sustainable?

Ecodove is a shared knowledge portal outlining experiences, tips, and lessons learned on how to live more sustainably.

The aim is to stay positive and open minded and share independent, science-based research to help all of us be better informed. We recognise that we’re all on a journey. Along the way we all get some things right and some things wrong so we’re not here to judge anyone. We live in the real world, and at times, other priorities get in the way.

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