The environmental Christmas Tree tradition is growing

ere have been great discussions this year as people become more environmentally conscious around the Christmas tree tradition. What is better for the planet ‚Äď artificial or real? We have seen a new wave of innovation year on year as many have shunned the two traditional routes and created their own style of tree. Now that we all have our trees up and are counting down until Santa arrives, we wanted to show your our favourite eco trees this holiday season. Continue reading The environmental Christmas Tree tradition is growing

How to make your own environmentally friendly Christmas crackers

This Christmas avoid bringing unwanted plastic toys into your home and make your own Christmas crackers. No one ever really uses a mini set of cards, puzzle pieces, moustache combs or packs of dice. It is really easy to make your own crackers and fill them with goodies that your family will enjoy. Continue reading How to make your own environmentally friendly Christmas crackers

The Amazon is burning – what can we do about it?

For weeks the Amazon Rainforest has been on fire and the results are heart breaking. If you‚Äôre just hearing about it now it‚Äôs 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?

Glastonbury: Our Top 5 Eco Moments

In case you missed the 1000s of smug social media posts (mostly from katie) and 3 full days of BBC coverage, Glastonbury was on this this weekend. 200 thousand people descended on worthy farm for 4 days of music, art and Greenpeace fun. Glasto is renowned for its strong political views, especially around the environment, and there is always a strong eco presence. The festival … Continue reading Glastonbury: Our Top 5 Eco Moments