Having just finished wading through the Australian Government Department of Industry and Commerce’s Energy White Paper (The White Paper) I can tell you it seems to have been written in a way to dissuade readers. 940 more words
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Something incredible has been taking place in Sweden over the past several years, somewhat of a “recycling revolution,” if you will. Currently less than one percent of the garbage produced in Swedish homes ends up in the landfill today, with the other ninety-nine percent being recycled or composted. 6 more words
Consumption is a double-edged sword: we as consumers have the power to influence and shape the fashion industry by speaking with our dollars, by choosing NOT to buy fast fashion, or from companies who are not transparent, but on the flip side, consumption will not change everything. 32 more words
John Howarth has kindly sent me these images of the landscape of the Hafod y Llan hydro after 18 months. The recolonisation of the landscape after such a short time shows what careful planning, contractor selection and the NT Rangers can do 121 more words
There are now fewer mountain gorillas in the wild than footballers in the Premier League of UK soccer.
Earth Day celebrated its 45th anniversary and has been a trending topic across the globe and more than one billion people take part each year. 381 more words