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Top tips for helping the environment on a tight budget

Mhari Aurora
·1-min read

Doing your bit for the planet can look expensive, but it can actually save you money.

There are plenty of ways to reduce your carbon footprint that don’t cost a penny, and being eco-friendly while on a tight budget is easier than you think.

When making changes to your daily habits, it’s important to be smart about what you spend your money on and where.

Up-cycling old clothes or unused items in your house could be a great cost-free way to start, and consider selling or giving away household appliances rather than dumping them.