14 Rs of Sustainable and Regenerative Living

by | Dec 24, 2022 | Conscious Green Mama, Ethics, Sustainable Living, upcycling, Waste Free Living | 0 comments

After the festive season, many people feel they need to clean up their act, whether it be a detox, spring clean of the house or a complete decluttering operation.

The 14 Rs can act as a roadmap to help you get your home and life in order. The principles of the 14 Rs are essential parts of the waste hierarchy. The challenge lies in setting the limits where you can reduce the chances of generating waste and move towards sustainability.

Where do we start?

Respect, responsibility, refuse, reduce, rethink, reuse, repurpose, regift, repair, recycle, restore, replenish, rot and redesign. Now that’s a mouthful!

Well, we have the perfect workbook for you, making this a possible learning experience for the family.

There is no Planet B!

The 14Rs of the Regenerative Living Workbook was created to explore respect, responsibility, refuse, reduce, rethink, reuse, repurpose, regift, repair, recycle, restore, replenish, rot and redesign for a greener future.

These 30 printable pages, with the addition of a fun cover sheet, support a regenerative lifestyle by challenging old worn-out systems. The workbook encourages a call to action in the household to become more sustainable for the benefit of living beings.

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