I’m so late to meet up with some friends so no intro this week! Just straight into the meat of sustainable living news.
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Initiatives like the Facebook group Jag flyger inte – för klimatets skull (I’m not flying – for the sake of the climate), the campaign to get Swedes to ditch air travel managed to lower the number of international flights at Swedish airports by 4% within a year
Their commitment to give up flying inspired hundreds of other Swedes. Spread through initiatives like the Facebook group Jag flyger inte – för klimatets skull (I’m not flying – for the sake of the climate), the campaign managed to lower the number of international flights at Swedish airports by 4% within a year.
Climate campaigners win case to force Irish State to act on climate change
Carbon neutral Sugar made from thin air
Forget solar panels, how about energy from shadows?
A doctors who’s given up soap!
Diageo to launch Biodegradable / recyclable paper whiskey bottle
Longchamp launch recycled nylon range
US firm make jeans made-to-order-and-fit using phone body scan technology
Did you know there is shark in your sunscreen! https://www.sharkallies.com/shark-
Mastercard moves towards more sustainable credit cards
Oxford in the UK trials fully electric waste collection trucks
Farmer helping threatened corncrake
Private land and residences NOT exempt from ban on hedge cutting
Argos ends publication of ‘book of dreams’ catalogue after 48 years.
Birds that are bouncing back in the UK
How sustainability is playing out on the streets of Latin America
Fully-charged: a website and youtube show for electric car enthusiasts!
Portugal ends coal burning two years ahead of schedule
Irish bag brand Sportshouse offers lifetime warranty
Brennans Bread packaging now recyclable and compostable
Learn to dye with food waste with this kit and online course
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Till next week
2 thoughts on “Newsletter – August Week 1”
I may not be able to read all the stories of your newsletter, Elaine, but I do get a chance to read at least one cool thing about sustainability that’s happening in the world.
Love the newsletter, keep going 🙂
That is so nice of you to say. Thank you so much for taking the time to comment.
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