Book Cover of How to Save your Planet One Object at a Time by Dr Tara Shine

‘Systemic change is a deeply personal endeavour’

How to Save your Planet One Object at a Time by Dr Tara Shine

Dr. Tara Shine’s new book was published in April 2020 by Simon & Schuster.

‘an unpreachy guide…free of jargon and full of surprising information’ The Times

How to save your Planet Podcast

Dr Tara Shine takes you from room to room, object to object, suggesting how each one of us can play our part in reducing the impact we have on our planet – and improve our own lives in the process. Tara will run through some of the conundrums and confusion we all face in living more sustainably and point out the practical steps we can take to minimise our impact on the planet.

Listen to the podcast here.

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What People are Saying…

Caitriona, Salzburg

You guys have really opened my eyes so much to the plastic choking our lives daily . You make me want to try harder to be more responsible about my use and reuse of plastic. Both at work and home everyday.

Caitriona, Salzburg
Michelle, California & Limerick

Another thing is I love in your videos that you remind us when we shop, we have choices, that we can choose minimal or zero packaging. It has definitely got me paying attention when I shop.

Michelle, California & Limerick
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“Working with Madeleine & Tara from Change by Degrees gave me invaluable support at a crucial time when I was launching my fashion brand. Their expert knowledge and strategic sustainability advice has helped me prioritise what’s important to grow my business responsibly. I couldn’t have asked for a better mentoring match through the MODOS programme.”

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Sarah, Kinsale

When I learned about single use plastics I got rid of my Nespresso machine and started using the plunger for coffee again. I haven’t looked back.

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Tara, London

You have changed the way I practically deal with the issue of recycling/minimizing my impact on the world!

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