In this guest post, freelance writer Lena Milton discusses potential solutions to the issue of plastic packaging.
Believe me, it’s well worth a read!
A first for A Wall of Hope; a guest post!
In this post, Jess Lohmann, author of children’s eco-fantasy book ‘Lily Bowers and the Uninvited Guest’ discusses what the book is all about, her inspiration for writing it, and her hope that it will show children everywhere that they have the power to change this world for the better.
Have a read and spread the word about this beautifully inspirational children’s tale, which is the first of a three-book ‘eco-fantasy’ series.
Forest Green Rovers F.C. is a football club based in Gloucestershire, England, working to bring environmental sustainability to the forefront of the sporting world.
Known as ‘the greenest football club in the world’, Forest Green is already the first officially certified carbon neutral football club on earth, and the first officially certified vegan club too.
Read on for the greener than green details about their journey so far, and their plans for a greener future in sport.
Salon Sassafras in the Bos en Lommer region of Amsterdam is a near-perfect example of how a hair salon should be run with environmental sustainability in mind.
From embracing the circular economy, to taking ‘zero waste’ seriously, to running on renewable energy, Salon Sassafras provides an impressive blueprint that hopefully other hair salons, and other businesses in general, can follow.
Read on for all the sassafrassy details!
Here’s a run-through of five brilliant new businesses offering alternatives to single-use-plastic.
Each example covered utilises a different material to replace single-use-plastic, from bamboo to mushrooms to avocado pits!
Read on for the details.
There’s an innovative new method of aquatic agriculture known as ‘3D Ocean Farming’ that harnesses the power of kelp to clean the oceans and provide sustainable, nutritious food.
Here’s how it can help save the world.
The Circular Economy is the future! Here I explore what exactly the circular economy is, how it is going to work, and how it can benefit us socially, environmentally, and economically. Going ‘circular’ has the potential to save our planet while growing the economy at the same time, and it is already happening. Read on to find out more!
The emergence of Greta Thunberg, the global climate movement she has ignited, and the rate at which it has spread is certainly a phenomenon that inspires, but it can only become a true driver of hope and progress if we actually start listening to what the protesters are saying.
How installing solar and wind technology in the desert can produce clean energy for the whole world to use while also combatting desertification.
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