Tips to Reduce the Environmental Impact of Your Business – Guest post by Emma Joyce

Even if you’re running an online business, it will still have a carbon footprint. The good part is the fact that there’s always something you can do about it, even if it’s just switching to green hosting instead of using regular servers. In other industries, nonetheless, things aren’t nearly that simple. Here, you have many … Continue reading Tips to Reduce the Environmental Impact of Your Business – Guest post by Emma Joyce

‘Meet the Farmers’ – episode 20 – Martyn Bergius

The third stop on my Scottish Borders road trip was to visit the Bergius family on their heavily diversified organic dairy farm near Galashiels. Their dairy herd consists of Swedish Reds, Montbeliards, Friesians and Danish breeds and they also keep a flock of Lleyn sheep, two large flocks of Columbian Black Tail chickens and make … Continue reading ‘Meet the Farmers’ – episode 20 – Martyn Bergius

10 ways to reduce your carbon footprint and save on energy bills

It's a cliche but it's also true that it's not always easy being green. However, if you get into a routine, so that it becomes your new normal, there are some very simple things that you can do to reduce your carbon footprint and save on bills. I was recently forwarded this infographic which summarises 10 … Continue reading 10 ways to reduce your carbon footprint and save on energy bills

Simple and Effective Home Tips to Conserve Water for the World – Guest post by David Webster

According to the BBC, “Average water consumption in the UK is 150 litres a day per person, and in the South East 130 litres a day.” And because of the increasing drought in the UK, customers were urged to cut down their consumption to 100 litres. Let’s face it: climate change is a thing and … Continue reading Simple and Effective Home Tips to Conserve Water for the World – Guest post by David Webster