I released my debut EP last week.
The EP is called ‘Aliens’, and through six songs it offers my thoughts about broadly what is wrong with the world right now, and ideally how we might improve it.
Links to the EP in the article if you’d like to have a listen. (If you enjoy it, please share it with your friends!)
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Ashanti Empress is an ethical African fashion brand based between Ghana in West Africa, and Bristol in the UK. They offer ridiculously funky clothes and accessories which are handmade in Ghana under ethical working conditions, and for fair wages.
10% of all profits are also donated to Blessed Mount Mary’s school in the Ashanti region of Ghana.
Read on for the super-funky, inspirational details.
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!
What does ‘sustainability’ even mean anymore?
Inspired by my Dad, a man who can fix pretty much anything and who is a real-life beacon of genuine sustainability, here are 13 tips for saving money by making your home more sustainable.
These are all cost-effective tips, do not involve any big purchases or significant lifestyle changes, and require nothing more than a simple change in attitude to implement.
Justdiggit is a wonderful organisation dedicated to reversing climate change.
Their land regeneration projects are helping to ‘re-green’ our planet, while empowering local communities in the process.
Read on to find out how Justdiggit plans to reverse climate change entirely!
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.
It’s 2019, the world is on fire, and we can’t put the flames out ourselves. If we’re going to tackle the climate crisis effectively, we need the big bad companies to help. Luckily, it seems, they are starting to.
Here’s how some of the world’s biggest companies are embracing sustainability in 2019.
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