Tons of positive sustainable stories this week! Thank god. I made the mistake of reading mainstream media this week. Gosh how depressing. No wonder people are so sad these days.
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Of 1000 people polled in Ireland 71% said they felt that climate change is very or extremely serious
Indigenous people in Brazil win case against illegal logging. Hope they do end getting paid!
Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra, Finland has joined forces with Canada and the Netherlands to host three high-level events to address the important role circularity plays in the economies of the future
The Australian state of New South Wales (NSW) has announced the creation of a new national park to protect threatened species.
Thanks to Arsenal Football Club’s Hector Bellerin, One Tree Planted will plant 3,000 trees for every game the team wins starting in June, 2020!
Clever website that tells you when to bake if you want to use renewable energy in the UK
An app to help identify the 8 most common bumblebees. It’s meant for the UK but not harm in trying it out here