Writing Contributions for other publications, including The Mail on Sunday, The Daily Mirror, Daily Express, Metro and being on the Independent Panel of Experts for Love Recycling and RubberMaid’s ‘2021 Love Recycling Heros’ awards. Get in touch for any contributions or collaborations. Click on the links to read more of the writing contributions on the respective websites.
“HAS LOVE ISLAND’S SLOW FASHION APPROACH INSPIRED US TO SHOP SUSTAINABLY – OR COULE THEY HAVE DONE MORE?”
Opinion given: ‘Lisa, a sustainable style advocate from The Low Waste Weekly, tells us: ‘While it’s great they’ve moved away from fast fashion as a main sponsor, they could push the fact the clothes are secondhand and openly speak about it more on the show. I solely only shop secondhand, not sure how many it will inspire.’ Read more
“CUSTOMERS CONDEMN M&S FOR DELIVERING SMALL OR SINGLE ITEMS IN A ‘MOUNTAIN’ OF PLASTIC PACKAGING AS IT VOWS TO BECOME THE GREENEST RETAILER IN BRITAIN”
Opinion given on M&S’ mounting plastic waste: “But environmental campaigners accused M&S of being out of touch. Lisa Gibson, from the Low Waste Weekly website, said: ‘I agree with the anger from shoppers. We as individuals can only do so much to avoid consuming this excess. Retailers need to consider how and what they are stocking on their shelves before it causes even further damage to our planet.” Read more
‘HOW GREEN IS YOUR FAMILY? USE YOUR LEFTOVERS’
DAILY MIRROR & DAILY EXPRESS
NEWSPAPERS: 21 OCTOBER 2021
2021 LOVE RECYCLING HEROES
On the Independent Panel of Experts for Love Recycling and RubberMaid’s ‘2021 Love Recycling Heros’ awards celebrating industry leaders in recycling and sustainability.
SUSTAINABILITY IN FASHION: CAN SLOW EVER OVERTAKE FAST? 
– The Frugal Edit
“We’ve all read the statistics by now; how fast fashion creates billions of tonnes of waste annually, and how shoppers are buying 60% more clothing than they did 20 years ago. The information on the damages the fashion industry is causing is endless. The long and short of it shows our shopping habits have become increasingly more damaging, and the planet simply cannot cope much longer. “