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.

Trust us to show you how it’s done

Here are some simple tips on how to reduce waste and live more sustainably.

What People are Saying…

Tom,

Tara spoke at a recent stakeholder event we hosted and brought to life the reality of climate change and the need to act now, as individuals and organisations. She delivered a powerful message in an engaging and authoritative way. She was a pleasure to work with and helped us deliver a great event.

Tom Byrne, Head of Communications, John Sisk & Son

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Sarah, Dublin

I started following Plastic Free Kinsale and Change by Degrees recently. I didn’t realize I was doing some of my recycling incorrectly. Have picked up so many ideas and pointers so far.

Sarah, Dublin
Owen, Galway

Madeleine and Tara have inspired us to use compostable bin bags, washable dishcloths, keep cups for coffee, bamboo toothbrushes, and we don’t buy cling film anymore! And no more plastic razor blades, old fashioned safety razor instead

Owen, Galway
Lucy, Cork

Well done, you’re doing a great job keeping us inspired with information and ideas on how to cut out or at least reduce the amount of plastics we all use.

Lucy, Cork
Patrick, Dublin

I have learnt so many simple, important things from following these channels. This is exactly what people need to get informed and I firmly believe in the message they are spreading. Behavioral change is key.

Patrick, Dublin