Our polluted world – an infographic
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World says goodbye to an Eco-hero
Kenyan environmentalist Wangari Maathai passed away on Sunday 25th September in Nairobi. She was an inspirational human being who constantly fought for her beliefs and she shows us what a community can achieve when they harness their knowledge and protect… Read More »World says goodbye to an Eco-hero
Q: When is a Coke can an elephant (or possibly a giraffe)?
A: When Farai’s had his creative way with it! Farai is a member of the Mother City Craft Collective, a collective of traffic-light crafters who you can see selling their wares as you drive through the streets of Cape Town. … Read More »Q: When is a Coke can an elephant (or possibly a giraffe)?
Review of fruit and vegetable teethers
Message to mummies! If you are looking for fantastic teethers I would like to share with you some of the best I have found. We are delighted to be stocking the vegetable and fruit collection from Under the… Read More »Review of fruit and vegetable teethers
3 Amazing Eco Laptops
Committed green warriors pride themselves on limiting their negative impact on the environment, but they often forget about the damage that power-hungry laptop PCs can do to the Earth. We all use computers daily and those machines tend to suck… Read More »3 Amazing Eco Laptops
Plastic, or food?
A close up of an ocean sample from the North Atlantic Gyre (slow rotating whirlpools in which plastic trash can accumulate), showing both pieces of plastic and zooplankton. You’d be hard pressed to tell the difference. Fish and other marine… Read More »Plastic, or food?
Save England’s Forests
The government is getting ready for a huge sell-off of our national forests to private firms. This could mean ancient woodlands are chopped down and destroyed. But they need to push new laws through Parliament before these plans can… Read More »Save England’s Forests
Greenpeace release 1970 concert recordings of Joni Mitchell, James Taylor and Phil Ochs
This is a piece of environmental history… recordings of the concert in 1970 that launched Greenpeace. Recorded in Vancouver in 1970, the album has been remastered and available from the Amchitka Concert website.