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The Ecologist meets…Hugh’s Three Hungry Boys

The Ecologist meets…Hugh's Three Hungry Boys

Ruth Styles

23rd January, 2012

Channel 4's newest foodie series has plenty for eco warriors to love. The Ecologist catches up with Tim Cresswell to talk foraging more...
Beat the January blues

How to...beat the January energy slump naturally

Liz Parry

6th January, 2012

It’s the afternoon and you can feel that familiar energy slump kicking in. Forget coffee or chocolate, try a healthier alternative, or give yoga, massage or aromatherapy a go instead more...
natural healing

Herbal medicine: can natural remedies really see off winter colds and flu?

Sophie Laggan

9th December, 2011

Although controversial amongst advocates of mainstream medicine, herbs and spices can help keep us healthy, says Sophie Laggan more...
Christmas markets

Top 10…Christmas markets

Sophie Laggan

28th November, 2011

Whether you're after an locally reared turkey or a handmade ethical gift, a festive fair is where you'll find them. The Ecologist has the lowdown on Europe's best Christmas markets more...
EIA

Tsunami stalls Japan's Dall’s porpoise slaughter, but for how long?

Clare Perry

17th November, 2011

The Japanese tsunami appears to have temporarily halted the annual Dall's porpoise hunt. Pity the Taiji dolphins haven't been spared too, says the Environmental Investigation Agency's Clare Perry more...
Pigs

Common infections will be 'untreatable' if antibiotic misuse continues

Tom Levitt

18th November, 2011

Scientists in new warning on post-antibiotic age as campaigners call for stronger controls on excessive use in intensive farming more...
Community garden in Essex

The only way is Essex: the community breathing new life into a disused country estate

Laura Sevier

11th November, 2011

In Romford, Essex, villagers are getting their hands dirty transforming a historic walled garden at Bedfords Park more...
november veg

In season now: what to eat during November

Henry Gass

31st October, 2011

Cosy up with the November root vegetable glut, says Henry Gass. You won’t regret it more...
Pitcairlie House

Review: Pitcairlie House, Fife

Kristen Harding

21st October, 2011

Deep in the heart of Fife, Pitcairlie House is a magical place to spend a chilled out weekend getting back to nature, says Kristen Harding more...
Fast Forward

Fast Forward: Ethics and Politics in the Age of Global Warming

Mark Newton

20th October

Their grasp of science can’t be faulted but William Antholis and Strobe Talbott need to offer solutions too, says Mark Newton more...
Aromatherapy Associates boutique

Aromatherapy Associates launches London store

Ruth Styles

19th October, 2011

More than 30 years after it launched, Britain’s leading aromatherapy brand finally has a store of its own. Ruth Styles reports more...

Melting Point – on the frontline of environmental activism

Andrew Wasley

13th July 2008

The Ecologist Film Unit's second release documents how espionage, news manipulation, legal threats and even violence have become the knee-jerk response of Government and big business to the increasingly vocal concerns of environmental protesters in the UK more...

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Environmental Investigation Agency

Shot, face hacked off, tusks stolen... horror of the elephants butchered for their ivory

Mary Rice

26th September, 2011

More than 3000 elephants may have been slaughtered in 2011 so far - and that's just those we know about. In Kenya, Mary Rice from the Environmental Investigation Agency witnesses the bloody reality of the global ivory trade more...
The Baand

The new north: why Scandinavia is leading the world in eco-design

Ruth Styles

9th August, 2011

The Nordic flair for design has taken eco-fashion to new heights and is setting an example for the rest of the world to follow, says Ruth Styles more...
anti-ageing

Natural anti-ageing: Melvita versus Tata Harper

Ruth Styles

20th July, 2011

Claiming to combine anti-ageing efficacy with green credentials is nothing new but in the case of Melvita and Tata Harper, those claims could be justified. Ruth Styles put them to the test more...
maize stubble in a harvested field

UK agriculture 'could wither up and die' if water mismanagement continues

William Chase

16th June, 2011

As a major drought looms across parts of the UK, William Chase - of Tyrrells Crisps and the Chase Distillery - charges the government and water industry with short-sightedness and failing to manage supplies more...
Ecologist Magazine July 1971

The Ecologist July 1971: Britain’s water shortage

Henry Gass

1st July, 2011

Forty years ago this month F.N. Steele wrote about Britain’s water shortage and about the importance of addressing its causes immediately more...
e-waste

UK company implicated in toxic e-waste trail from London to West Africa

Andrew Wasley

14th May, 2011

The Environmental Investigation Agency and BBC Panorama use GPS to prove British electronic waste is being exported to poor African nations where it threatens the environment and human health. Andrew Wasley reports more...
World map

The beginners guide to (rogue) carbon trading

The Ecologist

3rd May, 2011

The Environmental Investigation Agency's animated film highlighting how the global trade in carbon credits is open to abuse and exploitation... more...
Campaign for a living wage

TAKE ACTION for a living wage with JustPay!

Matilda Lee

4th May, 2011

The new JustPay! campaign is asking investors and individuals alike to activate their money and demand that support staff, such as cleaners, at the UK's top corporations are ensured a Living Wage more...
festivals

Festivals: the green guide

Sella Oneko

28th April, 2011

Missed out on Coachella? Don’t despair, says Sella Oneko. Combining great music and green initiatives, this summer’s vintage look set to be the best yet more...
Nick Mole, Pesticide Action Network

CAMPAIGN HERO: Nick Mole, Pesticide Action Network

Matilda Lee

15th April, 2011

The Pesticide Action Network campaigner on why and how the government should urgently implement EU legislation on pesticides to protect human health and the environment more...
annie lennox

Charity shop chic: Oxfam teams up with Selfridges

The Ecologist

5th April, 2011

Can second hand clothes make a difference? The pieces on offer at Oxfam’s Curiosity Shop in Selfridges certainly can more...

Top 10…Euro cities to cycle

Ruth Styles

7th March, 2011

Want to see a new city and get fit at the same time? Then try doing it by bike... more...
Data activism

The Ecologist guide to data activism

Christine Ottery

4th March, 2011

You don't have to be a web geek to join the growing ranks of activists who have told powerful stories using data visualisation. Christine Ottery outlines how you can use data as a powerful tool to press for change more...

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