Eco Picks January

I do not want to start this year's blogging with an apology for being late with this post (It is already the 6th!) - and so I won't. This is one of the main goals for this year: not to feel pressurised because I think that other people think that I think that they think … Continue reading Eco Picks January

Eco Picks

#climatechange #climateemergency #climatebreakdown #climatestrike are currently all at the forefront of everybody's minds. Image by NiklasPntk from Pixabay Here are some very interesting picks to fuel (and not fossil-fuel!!) your thoughts and imagination towards a more sustainable economy and what best to avoid. 1)Read about 36 ways to halve global emissions by 2030. It's hard … Continue reading Eco Picks

Eco Picks

Hi there, I can't believe it's Thursday already! Now here is a quick update: the name of the weekly column is going to be changed into "Eco Picks". I'll continue to stick to five topics a week. Eco Picks are only meant to offer a short glimpse, while other topics are going to be covered … Continue reading Eco Picks

Ecoconscious Living News

It's time for the weekly selection of links - again. We are now definitely saying goodbye to summer and getting the last of our summer fruit in. It is an intensive time, with lots of preserving, baking and enjoying the last few days of warm-ish sunshine. In some ways, this makes you think though... 1)How … Continue reading Ecoconscious Living News

Ecoconscious Living News

1.There has been a lot of theorising going on. Words like overshoot or systemic change are directly linked to climate change. Given that we are not only dealing with words or theoretical concepts but very real threats, learning a bit more about it will help to get us all up to date. What are we … Continue reading Ecoconscious Living News