If there’s going to be a law against anything it should be against BOTH of your heaters crapping out at the beginning of winter. (It was fun, there was sparks!)
No, can’t ban that, it would be silly.
So instead let’s take a harm reduction approach to keeping kakariki warm.
I need a new heater, but I want one that is cheap to run, energy efficient, is made by happy workers and doesn’t destory too many eco systems in the process of constructing it.
Is there a ethical heater purchasing expert out there?
Is it cheaper to run electric bar heaters or oil heaters?
Can you buy heaters made in NZ, or failing that Australia?
C’mon kids, help me keep warm and ethical!