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Will the rhetoric about the importance of the natural environment result in positive action to protect our ancient woodlands?

The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) has been in the news a lot lately. First as a result of its influence on the pressure to build more houses and partly because the House of Lords Select Committee is currently reviewing the development and implementation of national policy for the built environment. 265 more words

Ancient Woodland

Greener Life & Greener Coffee

Starbucks is one of the most popular and successful coffee brands in the world. In fact, it is the largest coffeehouse company in the world! This company has been making strides to protect the environment especially because the coffee beans that are used in our delicious coffee drinks can be found in the environment. 261 more words

Speedo partners with Aquafil to launch first swimwear fabric take-back scheme

Everybody’s favourite swimwear brand, Speedo has jumped into bed with Aqualfil to launch the world’s first take-back programme for fabric for the swimwear market.

As a result, the new Speedo PowerFLEX Eco swimwear is made from Aquafil’s… 315 more words


Summer Update

It’s been a while since my last post! So many things have been vying for my energy and attention this summer, but here is a quick run-down of what we’ve been doing for the past few months. 359 more words

Reducing Waste

How Adidas is pioneering open-source sustainability for sports

By Lew Blaustein

Adidas is among the most admired companies in the world, especially when it comes to sustainability.

In January, Corporate Knights, “the magazine for clean capitalism,” ranked the sporting goods and apparel giant No. 811 more words



Welcome to our new section where we will introduce you to socially responsible businesses offering ethical and/or sustainable fashion near you. We aim to help you find a way to consume responsibly independently of where in the world you are. 793 more words

Conscious Consumerism

Upcycled Convex Mirror

I’m having a double whammy Sunday here. I’m on a roll and thought I’d share another upcycle project… 3 years in the making.

I bought a convex mirror for £5 three years ago which had paint peeling. 215 more words