This week has seen fires blazing in Australia, Christmas adverts galore, Syrian rebels breaking the government siege of Aleppo, and an impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump. We have also had some good and bad eco news… Continue reading Weekly E.C.O. news roundup
With a part spaceship, part car named ‘Bloodhound’ aiming to break the land speed world record and a row over the December general election causing disruption to nativity plays we have had an interesting week of eco news. Continue reading Weekly E.C.O. news roundup
In the past week it has been confirmed that we will have a general election, we’ve got a new Brexit deadline of 31 January, and we lost the Rugby World Cup to South Africa. Here’s your weekly roundup of the top eco stories from the last 7 days Continue reading Weekly E.C.O. news roundup
Your weekly roundup of the top eco stories from the last 7 days. This week includes eco cars, christmas menus, new beetle discoveries, breaking down plastic and inevitably Trump has done something stupid. Continue reading Weekly E.C.O. news roundup
The Woodland Trust are running a ballot to give away two free trees per winner as part of National Tree Week in November. The Mayor of London has 30,000 trees to give away to 15,000 Londoners next month Continue reading Free tree ballot for Londoners
Join millions of people in the streets to demand climate justice! On Friday 20th September there will be a worldwide Global Climate Strike taking place and during the week of 20-27th September 2,500 events will take place in 117 countries Continue reading Join the Global Climate Strike
For weeks the Amazon Rainforest has been on fire and the results are heart breaking. If you’re just hearing about it now it’s because of the lack of media coverage, despite it being such a paramount issue, and that in itself is very worrying. The Amazon is known as the lungs of the earth as it produces 20% of the oxygen we breathe so the … Continue reading The Amazon is burning – what can we do about it?
On our first official E.C.O. outing since we launched a week ago the three of us headed to the Tate Modern in London to enjoy an extremely engaging and poignant evening of sustainable commentary. Here are our lasting thoughts 24 hours later. Continue reading Art in real life: Addressing the sustainability challenge
The popular modern habit of indicating that one has virtue merely by expressions favour or disgust at certain political ideas or cultural happenings Continue reading Glastonbury: Activism or Virtue Signalling?
As a rule Superdrug is my go to drugstore and I try to only buy from them. While they aren’t perfect with their plastics they are making some small yet significant changes Continue reading Superdrug