It’s nearly 2pm and I’m sitting in my pjs with this newsletter still unpublished. It’s was pretty much 95% finished last night and I intended to do the last 5% this morning and click upload before 10am. But I ended up sleeping in till 10am and then my Zoom knitting session was upon me and, well you can guess the rest.
Sometimes it’s good to say ‘f**k it’ and prioritise the important and not the urgent.
So, here is your slightly-later-than-expected happy planet stories for this week.
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A group of farmers in the Sierra Madre in Philippines have banded together to successfully reforest over 229 hectares of land
Thanks to the work of Professor Yasar Ergun and local communities along the Turkish-Syrian border a species of wild gazelle once thought to be extinct has been saved.
The Chartered Institution of Wastes Management in the UK are running a Circular Economy Festival online on the 20-21 April
Fancy a random green challenge? If so check out microvist.com
Thousands of acres of forest will be created in and around Birmingham under plans to make the 2022 Commonwealth Games in the city carbon neutral
If you want to measure the environmental impact of your packaging then Irish company Clear Stream Solutions has developed a tool, called PEAT, to enable you to do just that
I questioned the conflict between prioritising shareholders and sustainability when chatting to someone involved in American corporate finance a year ago. They brushed it off, saying there was no conflict. This article suggests otherwise