Why do we put so much energy and time into products that are used just once? @cup_club @NewPlasticsEcon https://t.co/ErYlIGwM0c pic.twitter.com/ZdLYDGZzwu — Ellen MacArthur Fdn. (@circulareconomy) October 6, 2017
The report makes clear that organic food is not too expensive, but rather conventional food is too cheap https://t.co/12ctDyK9iw — Triodos Bank UK (@triodosuk) October 4, 2017
Mainstream mags are finally talking about #ethicalfashion – but we’re REALLY not happy about it! See why: https://t.co/8TdHsgwGZG pic.twitter.com/C9idV3NxF6 — Eluxe Magazine (@eluxemagazine) September 19, 2017
From TED In a mind-bending talk that blurs the line between science and art, Tomás Saraceno exhibits a series of air-inspired sculptures and installations designed to usher in a new era of sustainability, the “Aerocene.” From giant, cloud-like playgrounds suspended 22 meters in the air to a balloon sculpture that travels the world without burning a single drop of fossil fuel, Saraceno’s work invites us to explore the bounds of our fragile human and terrestrial ecosystems. (In Spanish with English subtitles.)
Sorry couldn’t resist reposting 🤸🤸 “In the sea, cold and blue” Thanks to Iona for her beautiful illustrated poem about seals and pollution… #NationalPoetryDay #MPAsWork pic.twitter.com/xMTwHTInfD — Arran Coast (@ArranCoast) September 28, 2017
In his own words The climate crisis offers us the chance to experience what very few generations in history have had the privilege of knowing: a generational mission I am a big podcast fan and recently listened to Al Gore talking to two podcasters, Russell Brand and Frank Skinner as part of his campaign tour for his new film “An inconvenient sequel – truth to power”. Enjoy🎙️ Frank Skinner in Conversation with Al Gore, Absolute Radio, 15th August 2017 (45 minutes) Under the Skin with Russell Brand – Can We Protect The Planet When It’s Not In The Interests Of The Powerful? (34 minutes)
Glass is 100% recyclable, endlessly. #recycle #PlasticFree #spreadawareness pic.twitter.com/rGc1zE5kdO — Eco-friendly Tips (@JoyfullyECO) September 28, 2017
We have been working with some great groups of young people in South West Fife over the last 12 months, all thanks to the funding we received from the People’s Postcode Lottery Trust. The Restitch project has been busy working away on quite a few different reusing/upcycling items, from making bags out of tee-shirts, to making Christmas decorations and getting to grips with how to use a sewing machine. All the groups that we have worked with have just been a delight: we have been impressed with their creative skills and loved their enthusiasm for making things.
Just found this video clip – love that the big brands are using creative ideas for upcycling – small steps towards our dream of a circular economy 🙂
We love the sales that come along as the seasons change. Its the perfect time to pick up some bargains which makes it much easier on the purse, allowing us to do abit more “investing” in our ethical wardrobes. UK ethical fashion brands have really solid offerings in terms of quality and style. You can now choose some great pieces that work equally well for the office and for “going out” occasions. We recommend subscribing to newsletters so you that you can keep an eye on sale times 🙂 People Tree ( a great range), Bibico (great jumpers & dresses, Nancy Dee (perfect dresses), Howies (for more a more sporty look, together with Finisterre (an eco outdoor /surf brand). And our long firm favourite Kuyichi, for great denim and organic tees.