Plans have been unveiled for the building of a 16 home eco-friendly housing estate in Brighton in which 15,000 old car tyres will be used in construction. Earthship Biotecture have finalised the planning permission proposals to build on a prime… Read More »Earthships in Brighton
The Green Alliance have commissioned a report putting forward a package of measures that if implemented will aim to encourage householders to adopt green living practices by offering them financial incentives, information and advice. The report, entitled The Green Living… Read More »Energy Efficiency Up, Council Tax Down?
The creatively minded people of New York City come together seasonally to swap, reuse and recycle their unwanted clothing. Everyone attending the Swap-O-Rama-Rama brings at least one bag of unwanted clothing and a $10 donation. The unwanted clothes are piled… Read More »Swap-O-Rama-Rama
It’s showtime! Welcome to the 13th edition of Carnival of the Green, the weekly compendium of eco-friendly and sustainable blog posts from the green blogosphere. Thank you to City Hippy and Triple Pundit for getting it started, and thanks also… Read More »Carnival of the Green #13
With Londoners still bagging and binning enough rubbish to fill an olympic sized swimming pool every hour, it seems Mayor Ken Livingstone still has a long way to go, getting citizens to use his recycling facilities. Services throughout the capital… Read More »Red Ken Pushes the Green