easter nests

Hello!  And happy Easter!  Are you having a busy one or a quiet one?  We have gone on some family outings over the past couple of days, and my partner and I even managed a trip to the cinema, without children, to see Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs, which was wonderful.   And, as always, lots of reading!

Here are this week’s links – and there are no cheeky April Fool’s hidden in here, promise!

1.  In rather huge news this week, anti-pipeline campaigners in Boston who were arrested for protesting the West Roxbury Mass Lateral Pipeline were found not guilty in court because the judge ruled their protest against the climate change crisis was a “legal necessity”.

2.  Why is farmers’ market bread so ridiculously expensive? – “Accusations of posh, arugula-eating liberalism are used to frame good-food advocates as feudalist-romanticists or worse, out-of-touch elitists“.

3.  This was a positive read – what’s gone right this year, so far.  From microbead bans to deposit return schemes, there are many reasons to be cheerful!

4.  Is telling litterers to stop littering a waste of time, or is there a better way?

5.  How to buy slow fashion on a stay-at-home mum budget.

6.  Nine essential ethical fashion podcasts for your listening pleasure.

7.  Would you cycle to work if your boss paid you to?  This New Zealand company is doing just that and I think it’s genius.

8.  About 12 years ago a colleague and I used to sit and wonder why gyms couldn’t be powered by the power you generate whilst pedalling on the exercise bikes.  Finally, a gym in Fulham, London has finally realised our lunchtime ponderings, and it looks beautiful.

9.  Next time you’re slicing up a pineapple make sure you keep the skin and core to make zero waste pineapple gin!

10.  Finally, hemp still gets a bad rap but this small house, built using hempcrete, is a thing of beauty.

Enjoy the rest of your bank holiday weekend!

Wendy.x

ps: as a heads up, there is 40% off in the flash Sugru sale with the voucher code SHINE.  I love this stuff – you can use it to repair practically anything.  I wrote about our experience with it here and have stocked up for future repairs!

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