The Ecologist

 

green: 50/75 of 1051
« back | next »

Nick Clegg

Staying the course on the environment

Nick Clegg

7th November 2013

As the UK Government's green policies come under sustained attack from Tory and UKIP right-wingers, Lib-Dem Leader Nick Clegg nails his green colours to the mast. more...

New Zealand at risk of becoming the next oil exploration frontier

Rachael Shaw

6th November 2013

Deep sea drilling will soon commence in the rough waters off the NZ coast. This could mark the beginning of an oil rush in which democratic process, public concern, environmental protection and safety considerations are all swept aside. more...
Lord Stern

Lord Stern snubbed as free trade trumps climate change

Alex Stevenson

November 6th, 2013

Lord Stern's bold initiative to tackle climate change "unhelpful" says UK Government: free trade and economic growth take precedence over climate change ... more...

RWE's green energy revolution

Oliver Tickell

3rd November 2010

German energy giant RWE will transform into a decentralized energy provider and enabler of renewable technologies. more...
Solar panels

Small investors pile billions into UK renewable energy

Rebecca O'Connor

4th November 2013

A revolution is under way in personal finance. Investment in clean energy projects is going retail, as people plough their savings and pension funds into renewable energy ventures offering much greater returns than bank deposits. more...

Eco Christmas Gift Guide Part I

Hazel Sillver

From raw mulberry silk pillowcases to beehive adoption, Hazel Sillver suggest some unique green presents for loved ones that don’t cost the earth ...
more...
Photo: lola1960 / Shutterstock.com

Eco Christmas Gift Guide - Part II

Hazel Sillver

30th November 2013

As the festive season approaches draw some inspiration for green gifts from Hazel Sillver's second guide to ethical presents, which includes something for the pet dogs as well as the elephants! more...

Save the Co-op Bank!

Oliver Tickell

1st November 2013

A campaign has been launched to force the UK's Co-operative Bank to retain its ethical and green principles - in the face of a hostile takeover by hedge funds and financial speculators. more...
Bill McKibben speaks at Rochester Institute of Technology

Bill McKibben: time for the climate movement to get on the front foot

Adam Ramsay

31st October 2013

Bill McKibben, founder of the 350.org network, is one of the world's most effective climate change campaigners. And he is in the UK this week. Adam Ramsay of Open Democracy caught up with him ... more...
Borneo Lumbung Mine near Maruwei:

Borneo's rainforest coal: City of London profit.

John Vidal writing for the Guardian

30 October 2013

The development of coal mines in East Kalimantan is having a huge impact on local and indigenous populations, destroying the forest and displacing communities. London banks and City financiers take the profit. more...

Greenhouse gases alone are causing unprecedented Arctic warming

October 29th, 2013

A new University of Colorado Boulder study shows that human influence alone is responsible for warming in the Arctic. more...

Go fossil-free, urge investment managers

Kieran Cooke

28th October 2013

Fossil fuel companies are feeling the heat from investors concerned that many of their assets may prove worthless. more...

green: 50/75 of 1051
« back | next »

Conscience Clothing

Ethical Consumer

Ethical Consumer, a bi-monthly publication which helps purchasers make ethical choices, explains why we should care about where and how our clothes are made more...
Grangemouth oil refinery

Ecology is the meaning of life

27th October 2013

Dr. Glen Barry

Dr. Glen Barry tells the Ecologist why he believes that ecology is far more than just the study of life and its environment......
more...

Wyke Farm 100% Green Initiative

October 24th, 2013

Lynn Batten

Last month the UK’s largest independent cheese producer and milk processor launched its biogas plant, with a view to becoming 100% self sufficient in green energy. Lynn Batten went along to see what all the fuss was about....... more...

Eco funerals increasing in popularity

October 1st, 2013

By Clare Stevens

Many of us are living greener lifestyles, but what about the imprint we leave when we die? Traditional burial and cremation practices can create a sizeable carbon footprint. Clare Stevens explores the options for those seeking to make their goodbye a green one....... more...

Building Momentum for Sustainability in Fashion

Sarah Ditty

Sarah Ditty explains why she believes manufacturers and consumers should join the increasing numbers of us who are voting with our wallets and choose fashion that doesn't harm people or planet....... more...

It's not easy being green - unless that is, you live on a boat. Part II.

Clare Kendall

In the second of a series of four blogs Clare Kendall discovers that fuel consumption by boat-dwellers is comparatively low and that energy is often more accessible than it is for those of us who live in buildings....... more...

It’s not easy being green – unless that is, you live on a boat

Clare Kendall

In the first of a series of four blogs Clare Kendall examines the interactions between the boat dweller and the substance that keeps them afloat..... more...

The Green Isle

Hazel Sillver

Need an eco break? Hazel Sillver recommends hopping on a ferry and making your way to the Isle of Wight....
more...

Eco Technology now and in the future

Emily Buchanan

Emily Buchanan takes a look at four of the most innovative ecological advances of our time..... more...

Garden designers promote green messages at Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

Mandy Almond

Garden designers are increasingly conscious of green gardening methods, but designers at this year's RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show are demonstrating how gardens can be used to convey green messages to increase environmental consciousness amongst the public too. Mandy Almond, Show Manager, talks us through some of the gardens.... more...

UK gardens you must visit in Summer 2013

by Hazel Sillver

Hazel Sillver gives her pick of the UK's 10 most gorgeous eco-gardens and garden events to stroll around this summer....
more...
http://www.powerpedals.co.uk

Power Pedals

Powerpedals is a family owned company supplying the best value electric bicycles on the market. Their stringent requirements for products they sell make a consumer’s search for a new electric bicycle easy. All of their bikes feature the super efficient central drive technology . Just choose the style which suits you.




Tel: 01884 230620
Web: www.powerpedals.co.uk
Email: info@powerpedals.co.uk

more...

How to have an Eco-Holiday in Jamaica

by Aimee Avory-Adams

Home to many great eco-friendly attractions, Jamaica is fast becoming one of the top green destinations in the world by reducing its carbon footprint. Aimme Avory-Adams takes a look at what the paradise island has to offer....... more...

ECOLOGIST COOKIES

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

More information here...

 

FOLLOW
THE ECOLOGIST