As we close the chapter to our month of focusing on film and literature we thought it might be nice to celebrate eco warriors in the limelight. These may be film stars, TV personalities or singers, who are all working towards the same goal as us here at E.C.O. These are people who are working in active service to protect our planet from degradation and destruction. Using their position in society to amplify their voice and increase awareness is a necessary step to ensure the message of our climate crisis is reaching as many people as possible.
Tofu has taken the vegan scene by storm. It is everywhere. In BBQ, Indian, Chinese cuisines just to name a few. It is fried, boiled, baked and crumbled. But it is also very scary to try to cook at home. Many of you may have tried and failed miserably, including myself. BUT, we have a guide to ensure this never happens again.
This article is exactly what it says on the tin, a quick guide on how you can wrap your Christmas presents plastic free and more sustainably!
As Boris Johnson became Prime Minister in the same week that heat records were being broken across Europe, I felt more concerned and uncomfortable about the climate crisis than ever before.
Driving is a shitty thing to do. We all know it, and most of the time is is avoidable and we should just use public transport
If I could choose any song to represent my dream life, it would be Banana Pancakes by Jack Johnson. It’s the ultimate lazy Saturday morning anthem, and also just happens to be […]
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 […]
Virtue Signalling: The popular modern habit of indicating that one has virtue merely by expressions favour or disgust at certain political ideas or cultural happenings
Founded in 1976 The Body Shop was established and carried the ethos of being against animal testing and selling products that are made with natural, ethically and sustainably sourced ingredients
The clothing industry in playing a huge part in global warming and the industry accounts for 2-10% of the environmental impact of EU consumption