Upcoming Big Farmland Bird Count + the EAT Lancet Report

Between the 8th and 17th February farmers, land managers and gamekeepers are being asked to participate in the 6th Big Farmland Bird Count by taking 30 minutes to count bird species on a particular location on their farm. This has become a critically important citizen scientific survey and the results help to give us aContinue reading “Upcoming Big Farmland Bird Count + the EAT Lancet Report”

7 Tweaks to Create a Green and Nature-Inspired Home – Guest post by Emma Joyce

Going green is becoming increasingly popular – and increasingly important. It’s a trend that’s here to stay not only because it’s better for the environment but also because it makes your home more energy-efficient and comfortable. It’s also very versatile, so you can combine it with any style. It goes especially well with the nature-inspiredContinue reading “7 Tweaks to Create a Green and Nature-Inspired Home – Guest post by Emma Joyce”

The Environmental Benefits Of Recycling E-Waste

Most residents of the UK would probably agree that the e-waste problem in landfill sites is a problem that is not disappearing. Every device is a prime suspect, but the problem is mostly with smartphones and other slim devices. Because they are slim, they are harder to disassemble, and therefore more difficult to recycle. ManyContinue reading “The Environmental Benefits Of Recycling E-Waste”

Top Energy-Efficiency Tips for Your Home – Guest post by Emma Joyce

Many people search for different tricks to save some money, and there are a number of ways you could lower the bills in your home. Even though this sounds impossible, introducing just a few changes into your home could save you a ton of energy and significantly minimize your utility bills. Don’t worry – thisContinue reading “Top Energy-Efficiency Tips for Your Home – Guest post by Emma Joyce”

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”