Welcome to Greener Grasses

Updated: Jan 6, 2020

I'm a student at the University of York, I study Environment, Economics and Ecology. For me, learning about economic functions is a vital part of understanding the environmental challenges that we face today. Without understanding policies and the barriers countries face to stick to them, we wont be able to work together to make big changes and also understand why somethings aren't as simple as we'd like them to be. In the mean time, small changes in consumer behaviour can help to tackle big issues like climate change... That's where you come in! Being a student (or anyone) on a budget can make sustainable living seem impossible but when you realise the impact a few small changes are making when a billion people are doing it, you might just feel great that you were a part of it. This blog is all about taking the stigma away from sustainable living and providing you with simple small changes that make a big difference. After all, the grass is greener on the other side!

The World Is Everybody's Home

Tree canopies leading to Mount Grace Priory

Why create Greener Grasses?

Growing up everybody has their 'thing' and mine is described by this lovely meme... luckily for me, plenty of people agree and list of those is growing on the daily (but people do say this, a lot)

However, actually living a fully sustainable lifestyle is a lot easier said than done, especially as a student. Finding information on the best and cheapest ways to do this can often be a challenge.

I have created Greener Grasses to cut out all the hard work for you readers. Access to the best tips and tricks for living your life in the best and most sustainable way is now easier than ever.

Thanks for reading!

As my first official post, I just want to thank you for taking the time to have a look at Greener Grasses and I hope you will continue to read, enjoy and learn from my future posts!

I'm pretty new to this stuff too and I am constantly learning of new ideas, brands and charities that are impacting the way we live today, for the better of all the world inhabitants. Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you want to learn more about a particular subject or even have one you are passionate about, I'd love to hear your ideas and opinions.

Stay tuned for more posts :) Antonia!

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