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Wahaca has become the first restaurant group in the UK to be certified a CarbonNeutral Company

In 2016, through the use of renewable energy for restaurants and head office, and carbon credits for the remaining emissions including business travel, Wahaca has become the first restaurant grouo in the UK to be certified as having a net zero carbon footprint in accordance with The CarbonNeutral Protocol. 245 more words


Sustainability Leadership in the Luxury Fashion World :Stella McCartney


Stella McCartney is arguably the leader of sustainability in high fashion, and one of the first catwalk designers to embed sustainability, and in particular her sincere commitment to animal rights, throughout her entire business model… 681 more words


Do We Really Care?

Why lie about a factory? Mike Daisey’s fabrication of his visit to the Foxconn factory in China was largely exaggerated and it included fabrications that Daisey apparently thought would make his story better. 393 more words

Indigo Tamarack: Part II

Part of the reason I was so suddenly smitten with Grainline Studio’s Tamarack Jacket pattern release was because I had recently attended a tour of local fiber farms through the… 801 more words


Winter Venison Chuck Hotpot

A combination of flavours to suit the beef-like flavour of venison, a rich, succulent meat when fresh, and here in Hertfordshire, there is a problem with deer: They eat the secondary tree growth which means that there are no trees to replace ancient, previously coppiced woodlands. 333 more words

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One thing you can do: Carolyn Kitto

Carolyn Kitto and her husband, Fuzz, run the Australian arm of a global not for profit organisation called ‘Stop the Traffik’, which campaigns against human trafficking in the supply of goods and services. 485 more words

1 Thing You Can Do

Step Away From the Sweatshirt and Nobody Gets Hurt: Dissonance


I have been struggling with this one word for a few weeks now. It’s like having the Hokey Pokey stuck in your head — it just won’t go away. 837 more words