As we become more sustainable industries are under increasing pressure to improve their environmental impact. Here we look at 5 sustainable hotels making the hospitality industry that little bit greener:
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The cry for fashion has incited a relentless overproduction of clothing by retail industries, but has resulted in the brash exploitation of natural resources. But are things getting better?
Previous attempts to desperately cling to fossil fuels have covered everything from questioning the costs of clean energy to the full-blown collapse of renewable nations should there be a cloudy or still day, but now that we’re in the early days of a renewable revolution, both old myths and current efforts to keep the fossil fuel industry alive are nothing but fuelling its own demise.
Climate change and anthropological pressure on the environment is a global issue, one so large that an individual may question what their eco-friendly efforts are actually achieving. But now it's more important than ever that we all do our part. Here are 5 small, easy changes that make a big difference:
You may be thinking that this is a novel concept, how can non-sentient, relatively inert beings have the same legal rights as a person, but it's an idea dating back to the 1820’s with a tree that owned itself...
In light of festival season drawing to a close, here’s a roundup of the U.K’s top green festivals.
Since their creation, the Olympics Games have brought a number of sports into the limelight and they’ve encouraged people to put aside political, cultural, economic and religious barriers. But, just how damaging to the environment are the Olympic Games?
Last week saw a number of brilliant discoveries, revelations, births and recoveries from species all across the globe! All-in-all, while there were some more negative news pieces too, the week was a resounding success and it definitely made a nice change to read positive piece after positive piece! So, here is our (rather upbeat) weekly Frontier news roundup:
Plastic pollution is defined as the accumulation of plastic debris and products in the environment, negatively impacting wildlife, wildlife habitat, and humans. It is a common sight in most of our everyday lives: tangled plastic bags in bushes on the side of the road, empty plastic bottles floating in the neighbouring river, plastic debris washed up on the shore by the sea…
New York is the place to be these coming days, especially if you are looking to express your opinion about the current environmental situation in the world. People’s climate march will take off on the 21st of September