The latest report for the IPCC shows that how we manage the land can either contribute to on-going climate change or it can help stop it.
With oil and gas companies pledging to ramp up their development of new reserves, we are at a critical moment for the planet and our future.
The International Panel on Climate Change advises that it will be impossible to keep global temperatures at a safe level unless global food production and land management are transformed.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year – during Plastic Free July, people around the world band together and pledge to eliminate our insidious single-use plastic habit.
Today is Earth Overshoot Day which is the date at which we will have used more of the Earth’s resources than we can put back. Rather worryingly, that means that for the next five months, none of the Earth’s natural resources can be regenerated.
It seems that our friends at Extinction Rebellion had some Extra Terrestrial help this weekend. Clearly not keen on what we’re doing to the planet, the aliens landed and decided to make their mark at this year’s WOMAD Festival.
Alex and Delia are the Directors of Zero Waste London, a community organisation that has over 1,800 members and which organises zero waste related, talks, workshops, social events and activities.
Gemma (@nearlyzerowastelondon) is a London based architectural graduate working towards becoming an architect with the intention of one day being able to help design sustainable cities. In her everyday life, she is conscious that each decision she makes is a vote for the world she wants to live in…
Kitchen appliances, car doors, designer clothing, litter in the bushes… Everywhere we look, there’s plastic – but we’re starting to look at it much differently.