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International Plastic Free Day 25th May 2022

By Lucy & Libby,
Filed in Articles, climate change, conservation, Environmental Campaigns, Environmental Education, Uncategorized, water hygiene, wildlife, Zero Waste

International Plastic Free Day is an important day with a reminder to act and change . Over 380 million tons of plastic are produced every year. What a staggering amount! Half of all plastic produced is single-use. We would love to hear from more companies who are committed to action and from those who are […]

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No Mo May 2022!

By Lucy & Libby,
Filed in Articles, climate change, conservation, Environmental Campaigns, Environmental Education, Green Events, green gardening, GreenFinder Events, Uncategorized, wildlife

Lock your lawnmower in the shed for a few weeks and take part in Plantlife’s ‘No Mow May’. Since the 1930’s approximately 7 million acres of flower full meadows and pastures have been lost. This has had a knock on effect resulting in fewer insect-eating birds and pollinators. How can we help? Do nothing in […]

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World Water Day 2022- Making The Invisible Visible

By Lucy & Libby,
Filed in Articles, climate change, conservation, Environmental Campaigns, Environmental Education, sustainability, Uncategorized, water hygiene

The theme for this year is focusing on groundwater: it’s invisible but it’s impact is seen everywhere! Groundwater is an unseen treasure that is vital for our lives; most of the liquid freshwater in the world is groundwater. This supply will become more critical as we see the effects of climate change. Countries need to […]

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International Day of Forests 21st March 2022

By Lucy & Libby,
Filed in Articles, conservation, Environmental Campaigns, Environmental Education, Natural Health, Renewable Energy, sustainability, wildlife

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The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 21st March as the International Day of Forests to celebrate and raise awareness of the importance of forests and forest life. Having lived in Bracknell Forest for a number of years, I came to appreciate the benefits of living and working near trees. Forests are home to about 80% […]

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Why Should You Implement Insect-Based Food to Your Pet’s Diet?

By Lucy & Libby,
Filed in Articles, conservation, eco-friendly pet suppliers

  You’re probably heard about insect-based pet food but don’t quite know the full list of benefits it can offer. That’s why we’ve decided to present you with a list of the top benefits and useful information on why you should consider buying insect-based food for your pet. First of all, you’ll need an eco-friendly […]

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3 Environmentally-Friendly Products To Introduce Into Your Office

By Lucy & Libby,
Filed in Articles, climate change, conservation, Energy Saving, Environmental Education, Green Business, green home, recycling, sustainability

electric heating, energy saving radiators

Sustainability is more than a buzzword. It is one of the biggest concerns of the decade, with a rising number of people demanding more from environmental politics. People are making more environmentally-friendly conscious choices within their daily lives.   Quick to mirror this demand is the corporate world. As consumers look to work with brands that […]

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The Role Of Bats In The Ecosystem

By Lucy & Libby,
Filed in conservation, wildlife

native species

Bats play a major role in a significant number of environments all around the world which cannot simply go unnoticed. The impact of bats is felt both in the ecology of plants and animals. For instance, some plants partially or completely depend on bats in order to spread their seeds or have their flowers pollinated. […]

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