The Ecologist

 

Paper: 1/14 of 14

Greenpeace

TAKE ACTION to stop Asia Pulp and Paper's logging in Indonesia's tiger rainforests

Priyanka Mogul

7th March, 2012

Greenpeace's undercover investigation accused Asia Pulp and Paper's of flouting the logging ban on ramin trees in Indonesia, threatening the remaining population of Sumatran tigers. Greenpeace calls on you to urge companies to boycott APP products more...

Greenpeace hits back at 'notorious forest destroyer' Asia Pulp and Paper

Ecologist

23rd February, 2011

Campaigners urge retailers to follow example of Tesco and Adidas in cutting links with the controversial paper and packaging supplier after latest allegations of greenwashing more...
Sunlight through the trees

Logging company accused of ‘misleading public’ with carbon conservation project

Kara Moses

3rd December, 2010

Controversial Indonesian company Asia Pulp & Paper has come under fire from environmentalists because of 'false claims' over Sumatran rainforest carbon reserve more...
My paper boat

My Paper Boat: the harsh reality of climate change

Ecologist

3rd November, 2010

The compelling film about the harsh reality of climate change which won last year's '1 minute to save the world' film competition to highlight the impacts of climate change more...

Will historic deal to protect Canada's mighty boreal forest work?

Christopher Pala

26th October, 2010

The unprecedented Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement will, if all goes to plan, preserve vast swathes of the country's pristine wilderness. But as environmentalists and the logging industry begin to roll the initiative out, there are claims that not everything is as it should be, reports Christopher Pala more...
Green books

How to publish a green book

15th December, 2009

Emma Bocking

Pioneers in the publishing industry have been making tracks in reducing the environmental impact of printing and selling books more...
Andy Hamilton holding a sprig of holly

Christmas presents and decorations - without shopping

Andy Hamilton

7th December, 2009

Christmas needn't be an orgy of consumerism: the more thought, and the less money, that goes into a gift, the more gratefully it is likely to be received. Here are some great ideas... more...
forest.jpg

Paper, scissors, headstone

Laura Sevier

18th December, 2008

Our rampant consumption of paper is leading to a meltdown of the world's forests. Mandy Haggith wants us to use less more...
loorollmain.jpg

Behind the label: Recycled Toilet Tissue

Pat Thomas

22nd May, 2008

Your recycled loo paper may be soft, strong and very, very long, but is it really all that green? Pat Thomas gets to the bottom of an issue of convenience more...
News web pic 2_204.jpg

Government's Planning White Paper 'could be illegal'

News

23rd October, 2007

Friends of the Earth has threatened the Government with legal action if it fails to re-examine the forthcoming Planning White Paper. more...
News web pic 2_213.jpg

'One-box' recycling doing more harm than good

News

7th August, 2007

Throwing all your recycling in one box may seem like a good idea, but it is threatening the future of European-based paper recycling, according to a leading industry source. more...
News web pic 2_187.jpg

New campaign highlights planning madness

News

10th July, 2007

When do Friends of the Earth and the Campaign to Protect Rural England want to build an incinerator? When they’re part of a new protest coalition called ‘Planning Disaster’ which yesterday filed a planning application to build an incinerator on the site of St Paul’s Cathedral in central London. more...

Paper: 1/14 of 14

News web pic 2_73.jpg

White papers may have silver lining

News

1st June, 2007

Last week's planning and energy white papers drew scorn from environmentalists for green-lighting out-of-town developments and nuclear power respectively. more...

What a load of rubbish

Jon Hughes

1st November, 2006

The rise of free newspapers means that hundreds of thousands of trees are pulped each week to provide us with disposable pap more...

ECOLOGIST COOKIES

Using this website means you agree to us using simple cookies.

More information here...

 

FOLLOW
THE ECOLOGIST