Our Top Six Sustainability Podcast Picks

Here are our top six sustainability podcasts picks, with topics ranging from corporate responsibility, sustainable fashion to climate change. Links to their respective websites are available for each below. 1. The Mallen Baker Podcast for Change Makers Mallen is a dynamic speaker and corporate sustainability expert, who has spent years  dealing business leaders, entrepreneurs, government … More Our Top Six Sustainability Podcast Picks

Why We Should Celebrate the EU’s Right To Repair

‘Manufacturers will be obliged to make appliances more easily repairable and longer-lasting as a result following a decision by national representatives,’ says the European Environment Bureau.

European Environment Ministers have put together a series of rules which intend to  force manufacturers to make goods that last longer and are easier to mend. … More Why We Should Celebrate the EU’s Right To Repair

Neya – The Platform that Encourages Change

Neya, the Arabic word for intention. With this philosophy, Neya Platform intends to bring together those with common goals of making a difference in society.  Whether you’re an expert in the sector, an NGO, a business, a social service agency or social enterprise, this platform unites those working towards the same goal and brings together … More Neya – The Platform that Encourages Change

Today was the UK’s Warmest Day to ever be Recorded during the Month of February

Reporting a temperature of 20.3C (68.54F) at Trawsgoed, Ceredigion in Wales, Monday the 25th February marks the first time that a temperature over 20C has been recording during winter. Breaking the previous record, which was 19.7C (67.46F), in Greenwich, 1998 – 21 years ago, according to the Met Office. Typically, the February average is 8.2C … More Today was the UK’s Warmest Day to ever be Recorded during the Month of February

Around 18-20% of the EU’s Budget is Allocated to Livestock Farming

‘Taking into account common agricultural policy (CAP) payments based on farm size, as well as payments that support production of livestock directly, between € 28.5 billion and € 32.6 billion go to livestock farms or farms producing fodder for livestock – between 18% and 20% of the EU’s total annual budget.’ – says the recently … More Around 18-20% of the EU’s Budget is Allocated to Livestock Farming

Top Tips for Buying Pre-Loved Clothing

The rise of fast fashion has meant that shoppers buy the latest trends as soon as possible, then ditch and donate these styles as soon as they’re no longer desirable – or out of fashion. According to Oxfam, donations to its stores increased by 2% in 2017 alone.

Scroll further for my top 10 tips to remember when buying secondhand clothing.

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