Many of us are environmentally conscious, we know when to turn off our taps and when to walk instead of taking a car. A lot of us choose to pick up that cruelty-free moisturizer rather than a cheaper one. But somewhere, we know we fall short. After a certain point we get lost and don’t know where to go from there. As much as these efforts are appreciated, we know there’s more that can be done.
It is our duty to work towards a cleaner, conscious, and a better future. If you don’t know where to start, here’s a brand that works to tell you just that. Bare Necessities, as the name suggests, is a brand that offers zero-waste solutions to empower local communities and change people’s mindset on sustainability. In the age of people binge-watching Netflix shows and product trends that last a fortnight, they believe zero-waste should be a norm and not an exception.
You can explore their website to discover a range of healthcare, homecare, and lifestyle products packaged in old glass jars and scraps of paper. The best part about it is that you get to peek into the simple yet delightful practice of zero-waste.
Titled ‘Zero Waste in 30’ - Bare Necessities is launching a 30-day workshop from 27th January 2020. At just INR 699 you’ll be learning how to follow a zero-waste lifestyle in the comfort of your home. These are aimed to spread awareness on over-consumption, the global garbage crisis and the associated environmental and health risks. There is a lot that they’ve kept in store from DIYs and lectures with experts to tips and tricks that we are going to want to incorporate in our lifestyle. Even if you think it’s irrelevant, give it a shot, maybe you’ll end up changing your mind.
It is incredibly important, for us as a generation, to understand the importance and the ‘bare necessity’ of reusing and recycling, because if it isn’t going to be us, who else?
Course: Zero Waste In 30
When: 27th January
Duration: 30 days
Sign up for the workshop here
Learn more about Bare Necessities here
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