Buy less, choose well, make it lastVivienne westwood Staying on top of the latest trends and fashion is a huge draw for us, especially young people. Casually scrolling Instagram is a modern day past time, full of influencers trying to sell off the latest fast fashion fad and the opportunity to display your bestest, brightest… Continue reading Fast Fashion: Are we wearing out our planet?
Climate change is the greatest threat to life on earth. It has always be seen as something which will happen in the future. However, it is happening now. The baseline climate of our planet is changing, although we may not all experience it day to day. Climate change will cause increased temperatures, floods, wildfires, rising… Continue reading Climate Change: The Facts
Following on from my recent discovery on food waste, I have been looking into what our country is doing for waste in general. Waste is a huge environmental problem. When we 'throw away' our waste, there is no such thing as 'away'. This waste must go somewhere! In our government’s 25 year environment plan they… Continue reading UK Waste Plan: What is being done?
1/3rd of all food produced is thrown away. I recently listened to Deliciously Ella’s podcast on climate change and food waste. Through a fact based discussion with Tessa Clarke from the food waste app Olio, I was informed of a whole sector of human impact on the environment which I was not fully aware of.… Continue reading Food for thought on fighting climate change
We are living in a world of convenience within our fast paced lifestyles. Single use throw away plastic represents definition of convenience. It is all around us. Of the global plastic produced each year, more than half is single use plastic. Plastic is a material which is built to last, that is its main feature!… Continue reading Our over-dependence on single use plastic. Can we live without it?
Climate change is a hot topic of conversation within the scientific world. Shocking headlines attempt to inform the world just how serious the issue is. There is a seemingly ever narrowing window of how much time we have to act. However for many of us, knowing how to act is not obvious. The changes seem… Continue reading The Arts and climate change: an unlikely partnership?