Hello! How are you on this fine Sunday? It’s been a busy week and weekend so I’m in need of ALL the coffee!
I also fitted in a bit of cycling (some autumn cycling tips this way) – cycling is by far my
This week’s links:
1. I added a new phrase to my environmental lexicon this week – “carbon unicorns”. Pulling it out when I want to sound fancy. You’re welcome to do the same. Also, the article makes some very valid points.
3. Tesco trials paying UK customers to return plastic bottles.
4. Finally, a realistic fashion column in mainstream media – with the mainstay being wear what you already have.
5. Something I’ve oft pondered – why does so much ethical fashion look the same?
“A friend of mine, who shares my love for ethical and sustainable fashion, turned and asked: “Do we really need another ethical brand making neutral-colored basics?”
6. Although I personally think wasps are flying b*stards (wasp allergy person here), scientists are urging us to stop
7. This was a really interesting read – a secret weapon for combating climate change may be the comfort of conformity.
9. Did you catch Drowning In Plastic on the BBC this week? It’s on iPlayer for the next 26 days if not.
10. Finally, if you are on the lookout for new uplifting podcasts then try out Mothers of Invention – all about amazing women from all over the world who are innovating ways to tackle climate change. Flipping awesome.
Have a great day!
PS: catch up on last week’s post from 30th September, if you missed it.