Newsletter – February Week 3

happy earth news
Does anyone else feel as if things are starting to lift? Maybe it’s the spring weather but I’m getting a lot more opportunities and queries through the door, which is just thrilling and making lockdown a lot easier.
I don’t think I could ever go back to being an employee. As much as I love the idea of belonging to an office community I adore the rollercoaster world of being self-employed. Sure there are plenty of downs but you never know what’s around the corner, and that makes life a helluva lot more exciting!
And now for some excitingly positive (mostly) eco news from around the world

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I got a first in my Masters in Product Design for the Circular Economy!!!!!!!
Bitcoin is now consuming more electricity than the whole of Argentina.
Finding sustainable restaurants has become easier with the Eco Tables platform
The UK’s crane population is recovering after being has virtually wiped out by hunters 400 years ago, thanks to the restoration of wetland habitats.
A shocking visual of all the animals killed by domestic cats 
Decathlon embracing the circular economy model with a new scheme that seeks to encourage customers to recycle or repair their bikes, instead of buying new ones.
This is an old story but still worth sharing, Dutch town goes with bat-friendly streetlights 
If you’ve got 20 minutes to spare this weekend, have a look at the Fully Charged Show’s episode from Shenzhen, and how they are running 16,000 electric buses.
Elaine
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Published by livinglightlyinireland

I am a reformed interior architect that now campaign for and write about sustainable living in Ireland.

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