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Vintage life hacks – How to polish wood (Chapter 5)

Vintage life hacks – How to polish wood (Chapter 5)

Get spring cleaning the natural way with our vintage life hacks to green clean your home.
Created in partnership with Good Energy, we’ve used top tips from our expert housekeepers to create a series of videos on cleaning with natural and traditional techniques. There’re a lot of lemons involved! Find out more about the National Trust’s sustainable energy work at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/energy
Learn more about our partner Good Energy at www.goodenergy.co.uk

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Paris Climate Action

Paris Climate Action

Next December, Paris will host the COP21, the international conference on climate change. Several tens of thousands of participants, from all continents will work towards a new agreement to reduce emissions and for the protection of our planet. From March to December, a series of preliminary events will enable the preparation of this conference and contribute to its success. Parisians will be associated and invited to participate to each and every one of these stages. More information can be found at http://www.paris.fr/english

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Vintage life hacks – How to clean windows and mirrors  (Chapter 4)

Vintage life hacks – How to clean windows and mirrors (Chapter 4)

Get spring cleaning the natural way with our vintage life hacks to green clean your home.
Created in partnership with Good Energy, we’ve used top tips from our expert housekeepers to create a series of videos on cleaning with natural and traditional techniques. There’re a lot of lemons involved! Find out more about the National Trust’s sustainable energy work at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/energy
Learn more about our partner Good Energy at www.goodenergy.co.uk

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Vintage life hacks – How to banish bad smells (Chapter 3)

Vintage life hacks – How to banish bad smells (Chapter 3)

Get spring cleaning the natural way with our vintage life hacks to green clean your home.
Created in partnership with Good Energy, we’ve used top tips from our expert housekeepers to create a series of videos on cleaning with natural and traditional techniques. There’re a lot of lemons involved! Find out more about the National Trust’s sustainable energy work at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/energy
Learn more about our partner Good Energy at www.goodenergy.co.uk

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Vintage life hacks – How to get your surfaces to sparkle (Chapter 2)

Vintage life hacks – How to get your surfaces to sparkle (Chapter 2)

Get spring cleaning the natural way with our vintage life hacks to green clean your home.
Created in partnership with Good Energy, we’ve used top tips from our expert housekeepers to create a series of videos on cleaning with natural and traditional techniques. There’re a lot of lemons involved! Find out more about the National Trust’s sustainable energy work at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/energy
Learn more about our partner Good Energy at www.goodenergy.co.uk

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Vintage life hacks – How to green clean your home (Chapter 1)

Vintage life hacks – How to green clean your home (Chapter 1)

Get spring cleaning the natural way with our vintage life hacks to green clean your home.
Created in partnership with Good Energy, we’ve used top tips from our expert housekeepers to create a series of videos on cleaning with natural and traditional techniques. There’re a lot of lemons involved! Find out more about the National Trust’s sustainable energy work at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/energy
Learn more about our partner Good Energy at www.goodenergy.co.uk

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Easter recipes: Chocolate Nests

Easter recipes: Chocolate Nests

If you’re looking for fun things to do with the kids this Easter, why not try making these tasty chocolate birds nests? or for more things to do and places to go visit https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk

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Adaptation to Climate Change

Adaptation to Climate Change

Preparing for and coping with the impacts of climate change is known as “adaptation,” and communities around the country are beginning to plan for a future climate that is different than the one humans have known for the past 10,000 years. Still, says Rosina Bierbaum, co-convening lead author on the Adaptation chapter of the National Climate Assessment, “the level of adaptation planning is not commensurate with the threat of climate change.” To learn more about climate change impacts in the United States, go to NCA2014.globalchange.gov

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Making Easter chicks from scrap fabric – simple holiday crafts

Making Easter chicks from scrap fabric – simple holiday crafts

If you’re looking for fun things to do this Easter, why not try making these fun Easter chick beanbags, from scraps of old cloth? They make great toys, presents or decorations. For more things to do and places to go this Easter visit https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk

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Making Easter baskets from old magazines – practical and pretty

Making Easter baskets from old magazines – practical and pretty

If you’re looking for fun things to do this Easter, why not try making these colourful Easter baskets from recycled paper and fabric? They make great table decorations and are perfect for kids on an Easter egg hunt. For more things to do and places to go this Easter visit https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk

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