8 Ways To Reduce The Environmental Impact of Bonfire Night

Our director Paul has just got back from Delhi with reports of the horrendous smog there. The air is already heavily polluted due to emissions from traffic and power stations. This is added to by the fireworks that are traditionally set off for Diwali. This got us thinking about the environmental impact of fireworks and…

Who Knew – The Lesser Known Benefits Of Not Smoking

Public Health England each October run a Stoptober campaign to encourage people to quit smoking. Obviously stopping smoking is good for your health but it is also really good for the environment. Growing Tobacco Tobacco as a plant needs a lot of assistance to be successfully harvested. Tobacco farming is one of the largest users…

Women & Climate Change – Sisters are doing too much for themselves

  Today, Wednesday 8th March 2017, is International Women’s Day and I thought it would be appropriate to think about women around the world whose lives are impacted by our changing climate. Women are more vulnerable to the effects of climate change mostly because they make up the majority of the world’s poorest population and…

The Environmental Impact of Valentine’s Day

Oh no it’s me again being miserable and spoiling everyone’s fun. I am not saying don’t celebrate with your loved one I just want to highlight some stuff you may want to think about to lessen your impact. Flowers In the UK at this time of year flowers come from Holland where they are grown…