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Glastonbury: 1/5 of 5

Can festival fun ever be green?

Can festivals ever be green?

Mark Briggs

17th May, 2012

From renewable energy to recycling, an increasing number of festivals are adding green initiatives to the line-up. Mark Briggs takes a look at whether their eco-friendly claims stack up more...
festival beauty

Six of the best…eco-friendly festival beauty essentials

Ruth Styles

15th June, 2011

From sunscreen to insect repellant, Ruth Styles rounds up the products that will see you through festival season 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...
Tom Hodgkinson

I love Glastonbury, but there's absolutely nothing green about it

Tom Hodgkinson

30th July, 2010

Tom partied in the fields of Somerset last weekend like the best of them, but the commercial and environmental impact of Glastonbury left a sour taste in his mouth more...
Tom Hodgkinson

A brief history of free spirit

Tom Hodgkinson

30th June, 2009

Glastonbury provides the perfect setting to reflect on free spirit. If only the wild thing in all of us could come out more often, writes Tom Hodgkinson more...

Glastonbury: 1/5 of 5

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