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World Environment Day 2021 – Generation Restoration

We are facing the worst environmental crisis in decades with major challenges such as plastic pollution, global warming, food and water insecurity and ecosystem destruction. Everyone is connected to the natural environment, from the air we breathe, the food we consume and lifestyles we lead. It is significant that we conserve the environment that surrounds […]

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Get on your bike for World Bicycle Day!

Riding a bike can be associated with carefree childhood memories, family days out and exploring nature to name just a few things. A bike is practical and reliable way to travel whilst also contributing to society by providing access to cheap transportation. The invention of this sustainable means of transport is often overlooked and that’s […]

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Endangered Species Day 2021 – Our Animals Need You

Endangered Species Day 2021 – Our Animals Need You

Celebrate World Endangered Species Day on 21 May 2021 no matter where you are on Earth. Due to Covid-19, this year’s events will be mainly online. The aim is to celebrate, raise awareness, learn, engage with each other and have fun. Who would not want to celebrate the diverse inhabitants of Earth, discover who most […]

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Earth Day 2021 – The Race to Save Our Planet

There are eight planets in the solar system but only one that is able to provide life – Earth. The Earth is roughly 4 billion years old – a vast number that a lot of us cannot wrap our heads around. Modern humans have only been on this planet for about 10,000 years, and no […]

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World Health Day – for a fairer, healthier world

Since 1950, each first week of April has concluded with an international celebration of World Health Day. With the motto of “building a fairer, healthier world”, the World Health Organisation will use this year’s 7th April  to raise awareness of inequality in human health. To steer attention in this direction, even if just for a […]

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World Water Day 2021

We live on a blue planet. Seventy per cent of the Earth’s surface is covered by water, which is undeniably our planet’s most precious natural resource. Water is the source of life, and all creatures benefit from it – from the smallest microbe to the largest whale. For us humans, it is no different. We […]

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International Women’s Day 2021: 5 women environmentalists you should know

Women bear the brunt of climate change according to the research. But they are also guiding the fight against it, with resilience, courage, and innovation. To mark International Women’s Day 2021, we’re celebrating leading female environmentalists across the world.    Jane Goodall – Primatologist Dr Goodall is most well known for her study of chimpanzees. […]

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World Wildlife Day – Forests and Livelihoods: Sustaining People and Planet

More often these days we hear about climate change, the dark cloud overarching humanity’s future. But the truth is, loss of biodiversity (the variety of life on earth) could easily be crowned first place on the list of what is threatening our planet. Changes to the Earth’s climate, however destructive and terrifying, are still reversible […]

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Should we carbon offset?

Morning Brew on Unsplash Most sustainable travellers around the world have heard of carbon offsetting, a scheme providing travellers with a way to purchase ‘carbon credits’. These credits are invested  in projects that absorb the carbon from your footprint, the aim being to make you and your travels carbon neutral. Carbon offsetting seems ideal: it [...]
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single-use plastics

The travel industry: Trying to quash the single-use plastic addiction

Photo by Dustan Woodhouse on Unsplash ingle-use plastics have become one of the worst synthetic materials to impact the world. In almost every shop there is a piece of plastic that will inevitably end up in the ocean or landfill. An estimate of 513 million tons of plastic wind up in the ocean each year. [...]
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