Blog Action Day

by Tracy Stokes October 15, 2007 Activism

Today’s the day when thousands of bloggers from around the world who don’t usually blog about the environment are joining forces to do just that, blog about the environment. Because here at EcoStreet the environment is just about all we ever blog about, I’m going to use this post to tell you about some of […]

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Homes for Tomorrow: a Good Energy Film

by Tracy Stokes October 14, 2007 EcoHouse

Smack in the heart of London, an eco-architectural wonder. Advertisement: Reduce your CO2 footprint by as much as 2 tonnes/year & save up to £150 on your energy bills.

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The Big Green Home Show

by Tracy Stokes October 13, 2007 EcoHouse

Whether you’re planning your own green “grand design” or a bit of a fix-up of the old suburban semi, take in the Big Green Home Show for some big green ideas and advice. The show is being held at the National Self Build and Renovation Centre (makes sense!) from 13th – 18th November 2007, and […]

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EcoLinking – 12 October 2007

by Tracy Stokes October 12, 2007 Uncategorised

It’s time for another round of EcoLinking. Here are some recent blog posts that I found interesting. “In order to stay alive, each of us needs 10 trees… so you don’t suffocate in your own carbon dioxide” – 2004 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Dr Wangari Maathai by Envirostats! Green Your Halloween by The Nature Conservancy […]

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Energy from the community: a film by Good Energy Films

by Tracy Stokes October 12, 2007 EcoEnergy

A story of microgeneration in North London. Advertisement: Reduce your CO2 footprint by as much as 2 tonnes/year & save up to £150 on your energy bills.

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Mindless consumerism

by Tracy Stokes October 12, 2007 Uncategorised

This Saturday, you don’t have to do what your telly tells you to. Stay at home, or go for a walk in the park. Better still, recycle something. Cartoon by Dave Walker. Find more cartoons you can freely re-use on your blog at We Blog Cartoons. Advertisement: Reduce your CO2 footprint by as much as […]

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Nukefree.org: Stop the nuclear bailout

by Tracy Stokes October 11, 2007 Activism

Musicians Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne and Graham Nash announced today a new campaign to stop US Congress from bailing out the nuclear power industry. They launched the campaign with the release of a YouTube video and national petition effort all available at www.nukefree.org. The artists will deliver the petitions to Congress at a press conference […]

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