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Is planting a tree the answer to going green?
Thursday, 14 Apr, 2011 – 4:36 | 2 Comments
Is planting a tree the answer to going green?

Find out about 4 ways to plant and dedicate trees in the UK

Are you part of the revolution?
Tuesday, 22 Mar, 2011 – 8:12 | Comments Off on Are you part of the revolution?
Are you part of the revolution?

From Urban bees to the forest foundation, find out how you can become part of the Revolution for a better future

London Fashion Week and ethical companies
Friday, 18 Feb, 2011 – 11:38 | 3 Comments
London Fashion Week and ethical companies

As you know, I’m a big fan of Ecover products.
I started out with them many years ago with pretty dire results. But over the years they have improved their formulas and I’m now hooked on …

Is our relationship with the earth dysfunctional?
Monday, 7 Feb, 2011 – 4:03 | 10 Comments
Is our relationship with the earth dysfunctional?

Over on the brilliant “Not easy to be green” Ailanna has caused quite a stir with her post about the dysfunctional relationship between humans and the planet.
The gist of her post was that humans take …

Using today’s technology to preserve the planet’s resources
Saturday, 8 Jan, 2011 – 17:39 | Comments Off on Using today’s technology to preserve the planet’s resources
Using today’s technology to preserve the planet’s resources

Do you remember I shared the fantastic initiative by Sony and WWF to gather creative ideas of the public in their Open Planet Ideas Initiative?
The expert panel from Sony and WWF’s Open Planet ideas have …

Winner of Open Planet Ideas announced
Saturday, 8 Jan, 2011 – 4:53 | Comments Off on Winner of Open Planet Ideas announced
Winner of Open Planet Ideas announced

A week or so ago, I announced the eight finalists in the Sony / WWF Open Planet Initiative.
The aim of the initiative was to gather creative ideas from the public for ways to utilise technology …

What difference could a Co-operative Community Fund grant make to fuel poverty?
Tuesday, 7 Dec, 2010 – 12:11 | Comments Off on What difference could a Co-operative Community Fund grant make to fuel poverty?
What difference could a Co-operative Community Fund grant make to fuel poverty?

I’ve shopped at our local co-operative for years because I like its ethical policies.
They have the widest range of Fairtrade products of any retailer, they support human rights and stock a good range of organic …

Living in a non violent way
Friday, 3 Dec, 2010 – 4:58 | Comments Off on Living in a non violent way
Living in a non violent way

Once upon a time I yearned for a community of like-minded people.
I wanted somewhere to ‘belong’ where my lifestyle choices weren’t viewed as ‘fringe activities’.
I wanted to be able to partake in meaningful conversations about …

Read a book to make a difference to the earth
Wednesday, 1 Dec, 2010 – 4:36 | Comments Off on Read a book to make a difference to the earth
Read a book to make a difference to the earth

With Christmas approaching, more and more people are looking for ways to give meaningful gifts that don’t cost the earth.
Many people are aware of the environmental impact of giving disposable gimmicks or plastic tat and …

RSPCA’s Think Pig campaign
Wednesday, 17 Nov, 2010 – 4:34 | Comments Off on RSPCA’s Think Pig campaign
RSPCA’s Think Pig campaign

When I was around 16 I dabbled with the idea of becoming a vegetarian. It might seem weird but I could watch news items of people suffering across the world, and although it touched me, …