EcoNomad

A Guide to a Sustainable Life Style 

Inspiration

EcoNomad are a non-profit start-up whose vision is to spread awareness of how to live waste free as much as possible, with minimal resources in minimal space.

We feel the ideal way to achieve this would be on a sailboat, as this would offer the perfect setting to document our lifestyle and show first hand how waste free living can be achieved easily and with minimal hassle.

The biggest advantage of living on a sailboat is that we can extend our reach beyond the digital world whilst leaving almost no trace. By traveling to different countries and continents to visit small towns and villages we can pass on our knowledge of zero-waste management and the step-by-step process through which this can be achieved.

Follow our journey to an environmentally friendly lifestyle.

Our Background

How We Got Here

Hello there. My Name is Carolyne . I have been a lover of the sea and land since I can remember.

With my international background, I have traveled through many countries and plan to keep on going. Whilst both traveling and working full time in the hospitality industry I noticed more and more the importance of sustainability.

I realized that the first step towards a sustainable life starts with “reducing” and “re-using”. Everyday life moments have reminded me how much more important these factors are beyond just recycling.

Therefore, whilst networking, I came to the conclusion that this knowledge and education are still in the background of society and awareness and education needs to be spread.

After discovering how much I enjoyed being part of a sailboat crew, I wanted to combine these two elements into one big adventure and share my knowledge on how to live sustainably whilst living in small spaces with minimal resources. 

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Each Action Counts

Living Wastefree

Some Tips and Tricks for every day.
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What can be done? Here are some tips and tricks that anybody can use to get started being more mindful.
The good news is it’s easy to get involved. Join millions of people in reducing your waste and get inspired by the options below.

Reusable Shopping Bags

Plastic bags are incredibly dangerous to our wildlife and ecosystem. These bags break down into micro plastics that pollute the environment indefinitely, making their way in to the food chain and leading to unnecessary deaths. Check out my youtube video on what items require what length of time to "decompose".

Reusable Water Bottles

Modern convenience has lead to the habit of buying plastic bottles whilst out and about. Why not? It is easy, fast and there when you need it. People tend to bin these straight after use.

Shop Mindful

When going zero-waste, one of the best things you can do is reduce the amount of plastic and garbage you bring back from the grocery store. Learn how to get low-waste groceries, by focusing on shopping in local markets, doing research on waste free grocery stores and simply refusing plastic items. Check out my youtube video on what items require what length of time to "decompose".

Reusable Shopping Bags

Plastic bags are incredibly dangerous to our wildlife and ecosystem. These bags break down into micro plastics that pollute the environment indefinitely, making their way in to the food chain and leading to unnecessary deaths. Check out my youtube video on what items require what length of time to "decompose".

Reusable Shopping Bags

Plastic bags are incredibly dangerous to our wildlife and ecosystem. These bags break down into micro plastics that pollute the environment indefinitely, making their way in to the food chain and leading to unnecessary deaths. Check out my youtube video on what items require what length of time to "decompose".

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