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Biome Eco Friendly Store features Australia's greenest eco friendly products to help us all make a difference to our planet each and every day. Natural skin care and beauty products, organic baby wares, hand made gifts made from the heart, organic skincare, reusable bottles, non-toxic cleaning products, Bokashi compost bins and so much more. Shop in our two Brisbane eco friendly stores or shop online at our website www.biome.com.au
We believe that the everyday choices of individuals have the power to transform our world. The products that Biome Eco Store sells are environmentally sustainable, and the business practices undertaken by our suppliers and ourselves are ethical and socially responsible to the world's inhabitants and workers in diverse countries. Our guarantee to you is that your eco-friendly shopping experience will be satisfying and that you will be happy to shop with us again.
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- Vulnerable lungfish rescue Gympie, Queensland
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Image from http://bcrainforest.com/saying-no-to-oil-sands-mining/ Young Candian, Ta‘Kaiya Blaney is a Sliammon First Nations singer, songwriter and environmental activist. Now about 12, she has campaigned more for environmental protection in a few years than most adults. This is an incredible TEDx talk she made at TEN years of age - she lays out the issues with oil and consumerism so
Mungalli Creek Dairies ~ North Queensland, Australia To help support Aussie industry and encourage us all to choose locally grown and made, we recently asked our Biome blog and Facebook followers to share their favourite Australian-made products. Here's a compilation of their suggestions to look out for next time you are shopping.* Please feel free to share your favourites in the comments.
Organic coconut oil. Image: Engineered Lifestyles http://pinterest.com/pin/216102482091814068/ We've learned many times at Biome that every idea will have its day! And it appears that the time has come for the idea of Organic Coconut Oil. Although some people, like Bruce Fife of the Coconut Research Centre cracked this coconut wide open many years ago. Fife believes that in the
Image source: The Courier Mail It's not every day you get to save the life of a threatened species and a living fossil! A remarkable photograph of a Gympie resident rescuing a rare lungfish from a hotel car park in Gympie after it was washed there by the flood waters that have flowed through Gympie, Queensland for the fifth time in one year. This ancient air breathing fish can survive
We love this great green earth. Love is everywhere ... see it in nature around you ... in the tallest of trees, in the tiniest of leaves. We wish everyone a happy day of love and appreciation for every living thing. The photographer said "The tiny red heart-shaped leaf was one of the last clinging to a branch of this shrub, so I turned it upside down and held it up against a larger,