Feedspot’s list of blogs and websites worth visiting in 2018

Last week I was honoured to hear that I had been placed on Feedspot's list of 'top 75 sustainability blogs and websites to follow in 2018' (coming in at 48). The list (along with with the 'nature' and 'environmental' lists) attracted my attention to several blogs that are really worth visiting. Some of these include: … Continue reading Feedspot’s list of blogs and websites worth visiting in 2018

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Woodland Trust event calls for farmers to respond to Defra Command Paper

Last week I attended an event organised by the Woodland Trust and hosted by Stephen Briggs at his farm in Cambridgeshire. The aim of the afternoon was partly to introduce farmers to the potential for using agroforestry on their farms, partly to discuss the Defra 'Health and Harmony' consultation document and partly to encourage delegates … Continue reading Woodland Trust event calls for farmers to respond to Defra Command Paper

How to Make Your Home More Eco-Friendly – Guest post by Emma Joyce

Doing your part to protect the environment may seem like something unimportant, but it can play a major role in big environmental issues. This goes far beyond recycling and buying organic food, which has become a constantly rising trend. Now, the time has come to pay more attention to some serious problems and do everything … Continue reading How to Make Your Home More Eco-Friendly – Guest post by Emma Joyce

Your Guide to an Eco Friendly Period – Guest post by Jackie Bolen

Here’s something that I wish I had known far, far sooner than I did… There are eco-friendly period options. Until my early 30’s, I didn’t realize that there were feminine hygiene options beyond disposable pads and tampons. I’m not sure why—maybe I was hanging around the wrong people, or maybe these products just weren’t as … Continue reading Your Guide to an Eco Friendly Period – Guest post by Jackie Bolen

Blue Planet 2: The Unique Marketing Opportunity for Nature

Yesterday evening I scanned my twitter feed with a smile on my face as I read through the hundreds, probably thousands of tweets in response to the final episode of the BBC's  Blue Planet 2. https://twitter.com/Amelia_Womack/status/939987884043628544 https://twitter.com/jonoread/status/939955913141706753 https://twitter.com/stephenfry/status/939955382822232064 https://twitter.com/Helbell13/status/939966318538870786 https://twitter.com/davetherave_23/status/939959963463700480 It seemed that in a single evening the BBC had managed to engage more people … Continue reading Blue Planet 2: The Unique Marketing Opportunity for Nature

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

Today is World Soil Day

It's that time of year again when everyone should join in soilidarity (I'm ashamed that I can't take the credit for this pun - I've seen it on twitter a hundred times or more already today) to celebrate soils and raise awareness of their plight. Yes, it's 'world soil day'! The changing nature of our soils is … Continue reading Today is World Soil Day

Can Small Changes Make a Big Impact on the Environment? – Guest post by Bobbi Peterson

Helping the environment and combatting climate change is a colossal task. We’re literally talking about saving all of the life that depends on the environment for survival, including the human race. With such a huge task at hand and dire predictions from climate scientists, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. You might wonder what one person … Continue reading Can Small Changes Make a Big Impact on the Environment? – Guest post by Bobbi Peterson