Articles by: Sunniva
Sunniva Davies-Rommetveit is a writer specialising in financial, travel, environmental and political features. She has national newspaper experience with The Daily Telegraph and The Independent. Having been a paid freelancer with publications like Selfbuilder & Homemaker, and a ghost writer for several financial publications, she is currently a freelance copywriter at Stratton Craig. Her blog explores the possibilities of leading an environmentally-friendly lifestyle whilst reaping the resultant health benefits. It also gives practical advice about how to achieve these goals, and unpicks the political developments that affect the environment as they happen. Visit http://www.sunnivadr.co.uk/ for more information. Follow her on Twitter: @Sun_D_R

Eco To-Do List: The Top Five

February 18, 2014 11:00 am0 comments
Eco To-Do List: The Top Five

It is so easy to become a ‘trendy sustainability’ victim – lecturing people on what they should be doing, and not quite hitting the mark yourself. Yes, it is sometimes overwhelming to think “eco” all of the time, but you must first rid yourself of the idea that offsetting your […]

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The problem of trendy sustainability

January 24, 2014 9:30 am0 comments
The problem of trendy sustainability

Sustainability means living without having an impact on the surrounding environment. It means acting with zero cost for the planet. The notion of sustainability gradually inspired me to try it out for myself, to try and have as little damaging impact on the environment around me, whilst maintaining my standard […]

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Will 2014 be Greece’s year?

January 11, 2014 3:44 pm0 comments
Will 2014 be Greece’s year?

The European Commission sparked hope that Greece’s economy would grow by 0.6% in 2014. This is compared with figures for 2012 and 2013, where the economy was still receding by 6.4% and 4% respectively. Will this prospective growth meliorate citizens’ lives at a time of increased unemployment, as well as […]

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Green hair care: the less is more formula

January 3, 2014 4:27 pm0 comments
Green hair care: the less is more formula

How often do you think you should wash your hair? Many of you reading this would estimate every day, or at least every other day. How many products do you think should be put on your hair? How many times do you think you should get a haircut at a […]

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Reaping the benefits of planting a herb garden

December 29, 2013 4:56 pm0 comments
Reaping the benefits of planting a herb garden

Growing your own food is, without question, a commitment. Yet, there is something wonderful about pulling your first potato from the soil and knowing exactly where it came from. This guide is aimed at complete beginners who are willing to give growing their own food a go, but don’t know […]

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The Benefits of Natural Skincare

December 28, 2013 5:49 pm0 comments
The Benefits of Natural Skincare

The very viral Readers Digest Interview With OGLF revealed that there are many natural, chemical-free and completely organic skincare products that you can buy for not much more than normal moisturisers. The skin is the body’s largest organ, meaning that what you put on it really does matter. No spot creams, […]

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Global Warming And Our Weather

December 27, 2013 11:16 am0 comments
Global Warming And Our Weather

Recently, the world’s weather has been completely unpredictable, and that’s putting it lightly. The United Kingdom’s weather last summer and the summers for around five years before that, were a complete wash out, with torrential rain and widespread flooding. Then this summer was scorching, reaching 30 degrees in some lucky […]

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Calls to save the honeybee

December 22, 2013 12:06 pm0 comments
Calls to save the honeybee

Towards the end of a very warm, Dutch summer, whilst on holiday out there, I was cycling past a field which struck me as quite extraordinary. Normal fields that I’m used to have rows and rows of crops, green on top of green on top of green. But from the […]

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