Issue 16 – digital edition
In this issue we look at ways to care for our planet in our everyday lives.
There’s an in-depth sustainable seafood buying guide, where we delve into the truth behind seafood and help you make sustainable choices when buying seafood.
We look at ways to store carbon in your own backyard. Don’t wait for governments to take action (you might be waiting awhile). There are many ways that you can store carbon in your own gardens.
We look at native foods that you can grow and start including in your diet. These plants are native to Australia and therefore suited to our climate. Many of them have the nutrient values of superfoods and unique flavours. Here’s our guide to some of the best of them.
We also explore different ways you can express your inner climate activist. It’s not all about holding placards and marching down the street. There are so many ways to do your bit for the climate. Did you know having a cup of tea with an elderly neighbour and caring for others is a form of activism? And it is especially important to have a deep connection with nature to develop that sense of love for the planet.
All this and more in Pip Magazine Issue 16