Blog

Latest Environment posts

SharingShop

Why Fast Fashion is a Feminist Issue

Why are women the most heavily exploited within the textile industry and how does it connect to 'fast fashion'?

News

Not declaring the Great Barrier Reef as ‘in danger’ only postpones the inevitable

​After much anticipation, the World Heritage Committee on Friday decided against listing the Great Barrier Reef as "in danger".

Sharing

Tree-Planting Programs: Here’s Why We Need To Grow Trees, Not Just Plant Them!

Donating your time or money to tree-planting initiatives can be a rewarding way to tackle climate change, but here are some things to understand and research before you go barking up the wrong tree!

Sharing

What Does Intersectional Environmentalism Mean And What Can We Do To Make Sure The Future Is Intersectional?

Ultimately our environmentalism must be intersectional to advocate fully for people and the planet.

NewsEnergy

NFTs: why digital art has such a massive carbon footprint

How much would you be willing to pay for a one-of-a-kind work of art?

Travel

Covid-19 and Travel: What the Pandemic Can Teach Us About Sustainable Travel

We've all had to alter our ideas of the perfect holiday. Covid-19 has forced many of us to take a look at what we have closer to home, and doing so benefits both us and the environment.

Sharing

This Ocean Rubbish Bin Cleans Up Our Waterways!

If we can have rubbish bins on land then why not have them in the ocean? This was the thought that inspired founders Andre Turton and Pete Ceglinski.

Sharing

Marion Mahony Griffin: The Life Shaping Forces Of Nature, Community And Architecture

2021 marks 150 years since Marion Mahony Griffin was born and 100 years since the inception of the garden suburb of Castlecrag.

Sharing

Here Are The People Fighting To Make Sure Everyone Has Access To Nature

The closer you are to something, the more you want to protect it. This is why we need to foster our personal relationships with the outdoors.