The fishing industry is a giant polluter of our oceans. A staggering 640,000 tonnes of fishing nets are abandoned and destroyed each year, posing a hidden hazard in our seas. This is one of the most dangerous types of ocean plastic. Our latest blog explores the damage fishing tackle is doing to our oceans.
The concept of Community Wind Farms seems to be gaining increasing popularity in the UK. Community-owned wind energy projects are just that: community-owned. While the majority of wind energy projects are held by corporations with little or no connection to the local community, community wind projects are owned by the local community. Instead of defining community wind projects by the type or size of turbines, ownership models are used to describe them. Our latest blog takes a deeper dive into community wind farms.
‘Fast Homeware’ refers to items of furniture, decor and soft furnishings we purchase and replace cyclically. Rather than saving up and purchasing an item to last a lifetime, sourcing second-hand or even being gifted furniture by local communities, ‘fast homeware’ provides an immediate, inexpensive and on-trend solution for today’s rental generation. But what actually is the real cost involved? We take a look at the environmental cost of low-price homeware.