Climate change should be uppermost on the agendas of world leaders and businesses. It's clear we need wide-reaching systemic change to limit temperature increases. But there are also things we can do as individuals to help protect the planet.
We've all seen the magazines full of the 'latest must-have' clothes or the 'hottest' interior design trends. And it's hard not to get sucked in to thinking you need to buy some new jeans with the cutting edge shape, or repaint your kitchen in the latest hue.
As part of a drive to reduce plastic and waste in the kitchen, we've been using beeswax food wrappers. They are brilliant for everything from wrapping sandwiches and snacks to covering left-overs in the fridge.
We've noticed that there are two kinds of people – resolution-makers and those who think it's too unrealistic and it's just setting themselves up to fail. What side of the new year's resolution argument do you find yourself on?