The motto is sustainability and this theme could be used for various news stories, interviews and reports. IKEA has long been more than just the
Having a cat can be amazing, but your day-to-day life can be a bit of an ecological disaster if you don’t make the right choices. Welcoming International Cat Day, which is celebrated on August 8, we’ve put together in this article some of the most sustainable suggestions on sale in stores focused on more conscious production and which, of course, are part of Peggada’s list.
2. Pet brush, at Green Beans
This brush is made of beech wood and nylon bristles.
The packaging is 100% recyclable paper (you can put it in the blue recycling bin) and, at the end of the brush’s lifetime, you can cut the bristles or pull them out with a pair of pliers and put them in the yellow recycling bin. The wooden part is 100% biodegradable, so you can put it in the composter.
3. Shampoo Bar For Animals, at Frasco a Frasco
Cats aren’t usually fans of bathing, but if they need it, there is a more environmentally friendly option.
Made from honey and chamomile, it contains safe ingredients and is made with 70% vegetable oils that moisturize the skin and keep it healthy.
4. Anti-odor spray for cats’ fur, bedding and litter boxes, at Ecological Kids & Family
This spray is made with 100% natural ingredients and without toxic products.
It has antibacterial properties, which help to eliminate bad odors from litter boxes and prolong their lifetime.
Marta Cerqueira is from Minho and vegetarian. Luckily, she lives in Lisbon, where there is more tofu than sarrabulho. She has been a journalist for over 15 years, the last of which writing about food and sustainability. Now, out of the newsroom, she continues to write whenever she can, be it in magazines, journals, post its, or on her Instagram page, which she uses to share a life divided between being a mom-person-foodie-traveler. Still, she created Peggada so she could write about what doesn't fit in a magazine, journal, post it or Instagram: a better world.
This is the first passive construction hotel in Lisbon, combining sustainability, art and culinary innovation for a conscious and unique stay. Located on Avenida 24
If you’re coming to Lisbon for the Web Summit, there are small details that can make all the difference. Peggada has crafted a concise guide
Sustainable Development Goals 🍃
This article promotes an action that encourages the reduction of waste generation through prevention, reduction, recycling, and reuse.