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30 Steps to Another Way

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In order for the UK to be a climate neutral country, and indeed the world, we must all change our habits significantly. Living a sustainable and ethical lifestyle can seem overwhelming and challenging, so we have put together some advice in 30 steps to finding Another Way. Through videos, audits, photos, detailed advice and checklists, we will help guide you through the journey to becoming an Another Way Home and joining the community of people living with compassion towards our planet.


I’ve achieved the 30 Steps to Another Way!

Completed the checklists? Congratulations! Contact us and we will email you a certificate


With around 1 million plastic toothbrushes being discarded in landfill or the environment every year in the US alone, the bathroom is a good place to start in reducing your use of single-use plastics and unfriendly chemicals.


Our food and drink contributes to 25% of a household's carbon footprint. Let's change that.


Energy use, cleaning and appliances will all be covered in this essential category.


Flying off to a holiday destination every year may seem normal, but it costs Earth. How can we have fun whilst living in harmony with nature?

Day to day

Our everyday actions can all accumulate to have a significant effect on our carbon footprint. How do you get to work? What do you take for lunch? What clothes do you wear?


Now you have thought about your own lifestyle, it's time to spread the word! Influence comes in many different forms- choose the right one for you.

Another Way News

Another Weigh feature

Another Weigh Kendal and Penrith are two zero-waste shops in Cumbria, which support Another Way’s activities. The two shops have helped to grow the local community while creating a circular economy, which minimises the wastage of resources, energy and emissions. Give us a little intro… Read more »

Cumbria Wild Watch

Help biodiversity this year by taking part in the first-ever Cumbria Wild Watch. Cumbria Wild Watch has been developed by Cumbria Biodiversity Data Centre as part of the PLACE (Paths to Leadership: Active Community Engagement) project led by Cumbria Development Education Centre and partners Another… Read more »