Hiya! How’s it going? I have been avoiding Brexit news this week, feeling like it was the most sensible thing to do. Never fear, I’ve been able to keep up with the latest environmental news. Here’s this week’s bitesize roundup.
This week’s links:
1 The IPCC says we have 12 years to cut carbon by 45%. What does that look like exactly? A 27 point radical list that’s certainly food for thought. Some points I readily agree with – free bicycles for everyone, mass rewilding, and my personal
2. If consumers boycott palm oil products it could lead to more deforestation. WHAT. A. MINEFIELD. The palm oil thing hurts my head.
3. Spain is
5. Sainsbury’s is about to stock crickets, intended for human consumption. Crickets are
6. Crickets not your thing? Like meat too much to forsake it completely? Reducing the amount of meat you eat, especially the amount of lamb and beef you eat, can make a big difference.
10. Finally, I’m loving Jen’s guide on how to have a crap free Christmas. If you are starting your shopping soon then, in case you missed it, this week I wrote an ethical Christmas gift guide featuring lots of budget-friendly gift ideas – from plastic-free to vegan, to zero-waste and palm oil free and beyond.
Have a great Sunday!
PS: catch up with 11th November’s post here, if you missed it.