Spilling the Beans on #DroughtKe

The catastrophic drought currently holding Kenya in a terrifying grip, has pushed the country into a critical state. Countless crops have

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Interview: The Queen of the Green Church, Isabelle Woodman

Our local eco-group, Turn Lyme Green, lines up some fabulous speakers and the one at our last meeting was no

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Ethical Consumer Report Shows Increase in Savvy Green Shoppers

According to the Ethical Consumer Markets Report 2016, compiled by Triodos Bank and Ethical Consumer, there are some seriously heartwarming, planet-friendly rising trends taking

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The United Nations: Positively Switched On

Following our recent interview with the new social media voice for the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification, Wangechi Kiongo,

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Drought, Species Loss, Climate Chaos: trees get to the root of it

News of the continuing drought in Kenya came to the attention of the global business community last week, with speculation

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Interview: The Young, Vibrant Environmentalist, Wangechi Kiongo

Wangechi Kiongo is 22 and has a deep-seated passion for conserving the natural resources of our planet and planting trees. If

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Why Corporate Social Responsibility Matters More Than Ever

Corporate social responsibility certainly isn’t a funky new idea. Some say the very roots of it can be traced back

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‘You Can’t Beat a Good Tree’ says Bob the Dog

Bob the Dog is thrilled to announce that our not-for-profit shop is officially open! There are a great many ways to spread the

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Reforestation Research Required

Research is amazing. Environmental NGOs are amazing too. Make successful partnerships of the two and you have a powerful relationship that

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The Work We’ve Done in Bore

The Magic Oxygen Literary Prize is so much more than a writing contest and yes, I realise I’m in danger

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