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Welcome to the home of Save the Earth Co-operative. If you are a passionate human who is concerned about the state of the planet, wish to make a difference in your local community or are looking for a platform where your voice can be heard, then you’ve landed in the right place.

Save the Earth Co-operative is made up of people just like you – we are owned by our members and run by our members. We focus on environmental issues, wildlife, regeneration of ecosystems, sustainable eco energy, clean water and food. Our aim is to encourage individuals, businesses and governments to go green and leave the world a better place for future generations.

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Why is Oregano Oil Good For You? 1

Why is Oregano Oil Good For You?

By Editorial | October 10, 2016

Oregano Oil Oregano oil is one of greatest all-natural supplements you can buy or make. There are over 40 oregano varieties, but the most therapeutically useful is the oil generated from wild oregano which is native to Mediterranean regions. Be cautious as much of the oregano oils offered in high street stores could have little to…

Edible Plastic That is Better for Food Safety, Protection, and Planet 2

Edible Plastic That is Better for Food Safety, Protection, and Planet

By Editorial | October 10, 2016

Photo courtesy of Zab Milenko at English Wikipedia – Under Creative Commons License Edible Plastic Alternative Here at the Save the Earth Cooperative we have long been talking about the need for solutions to the proliferation of plastics for food packaging and preservation. Everywhere we look all we see is plastic in the supermarket, in…

Gorillas Outsmart Poachers 3

Gorillas Outsmart Poachers

By Editorial | October 9, 2016

A couple of gorillas have been observed looking for as well as destroying poachers’ snares after a juvenile in their group was killed by one of the traps. A few days after a gorilla infant was slain, a pair of wild gorillas were captured on electronic camera taking down poachers’ snares. According to conservationists, this…

How do I Meditate? 4

How do I Meditate?

By Joy Angelthorn | October 9, 2016

How do I Meditate? Think of any little worry you can do nothing about really, nothing too pressing at first. Most of us have some silly concern that niggle’s at our senses. That sensation will do. Then set aside some time for yourself and find a comfortable place you will not be disturbed, settle yourself…

The Importance of Renewable Energy 5

The Importance of Renewable Energy

By Kent Allen Halliburton | September 21, 2016

Importance of Renewable Energy “Either we get responsible with what the Earth has given us, or we sit back, relax, and watch billions of years of evolution die right before our very eyes.” – Kent Allen Halliburton Renewable energy is generally defined as energy that is collected from resources which are naturally replenished on a human timescale.…

How is Meditation Good For You? 6

How is Meditation Good For You?

By Joy Angelthorn | September 21, 2016

What is Meditation and How is it Good for Us? So, there are plenty of benefits to meditation to read online. Yet there is very little clear description on how it is useful and easy to learn in the modern world. Basically, most of us do not realise that we have aspects of our nature…

How to Stop Polluting the Land 7

How to Stop Polluting the Land

By Kent Allen Halliburton | September 16, 2016

How to Stop Polluting the Land Most pollution begins on land. There are many different things that can pollute the land. Deforestation strips the top soil of its ability to properly retain water. This leads directly to erosion, which will then take all of the chemicals that have soaked into the soil, as a result…

How to Grow Food in Containers Part 3 8

How to Grow Food in Containers Part 3

By Tessa Patterson | September 16, 2016

Grow Food in Containers – Part 3 If you’ve been following my guide on How to Grow Food in Containers, your salad crops should be almost ready to harvest now, but don’t worry if you haven’t sown any crops yet as all types of green, leafy salads are best sown every 3-4 weeks to guarantee…

What is Vertical Gardening Anyway? 9

What is Vertical Gardening Anyway?

By Editorial | September 9, 2016

Image Courtesy of Alfredo Sánchez Romero – Creative Commons License What is Vertical Gardening? As long as you have an empty wall or a bare fence that needs improving, you could tend edibles, annuals, and also perennials with these vertical gardening concepts. Every one of these inspires us! By utilizing a little resourcefulness, individuals can adapt this upright…