Even after death, our choices, or lack of choices, affect the environment. Unfortunately, in western societies, our fear of death has hindered open discourse about what will happen to us after we pass away. This is particularly problematic for people who, during...
Cardboard coffins are becoming more popular due to their environmental and financial benefits. However, there are some complications to this statement and the purpose of this article is to help alleviate some of that confusion and explain why some cardboard coffins are more environmentally friendly than others.
Cremation is currently a popular choice for body disposal… but what can be done with the ashes?
We recently attended a webinar by the Natural Death Advocacy Network (NDAN) featuring Warren Roberts (the founder of Living Legacy Forests) and Bob Jenkins (the founder of Let Your Love Grow), and I realised just how little is known about the true effects of cremation on the environment.
Funeral products can be used in other ways, for other reasons. We can live with our future coffin and use it practically in our homes, we just need to work past the stigma surrounding death and death related products and, well maybe get a bit creative!
We are both mums and we love collaborating with other local mothers! It is great to have associates that understand the chaos, challenges and funnies that arise when working around young children. This blog celebrates a few fabulous women we have been working with intensively to get our business off the ground.
Shrouding has been the way of gently preparing loved ones for their final resting place for thousands of years. Learn how to use our eco-friendly and locally made shrouds and carrier for green burials in Australia.
It can be overwhelming to organise a funeral and burial for a loved one, especially if they specifically wanted a green burial and you felt as though you did not know where to begin. This blog post is to help guide you towards funeral professionals who understand and can facilitate a green burials, it is not an exhaustive list but a place to start.
For most of recorded history, Western women were central to the care of the dead and dying. This blog covers why this position was diminished from the late nineteenth century and how women have since reclaimed their role in deathcare.
We recently spoke to Michael Dahlstrom from Yahoo News about all things green burial.