Entries in green (11)

Thursday
Apr262018

Into The Wild Wins Best Travel Blog  2018

Last Friday, three members of the online content team here at Frontier attended the 2018 UK Blog Awards ceremony after our blog, Into the Wild, was nominated for prizes in two categories – Travel and Green & Eco.

Click to read more ...

Tuesday
Apr102018

Tackling Fast Fashion With Zero Waste  Design

Image adapted from original by Peter GriffinThe number of people that are concerned about the consequences of their consumption is growing and it is no surprise that the fashion industry is attempting to respond to this trend.

Click to read more ...

Monday
Mar262018

Why Gardening  Matters

Flickr | Florian BugielCommunity gardens are popping up around the world. They gain a large popularity especially in cities where inhabitants usually lack the connection with nature.

Click to read more ...

Wednesday
Mar142018

Your Guide to Shopping in Zero Waste  Stores

Flickr | just_a_cheeseburgerThe bright side of the plastic pollution problem is that every individual has the power to contribute to its solution. Reducing your plastic waste is not as difficult as it might seem at the beginning.

Click to read more ...

Wednesday
Jan312018

Vehicles in the  Future

Flickr | Taco EkkelAs we know, some of the greatest contributors to air pollution are motor vehicles. They are one of the most prolific, life changing inventions that are deeply ingrained into modern living.

Click to read more ...

Monday
Jan082018

Top 5 Easiest Plants to Grow at Home 

Having plants anywhere is always beneficial, and since we spend so much of our time indoors, it is especially vital that we have some green décor to keep us going! Plants create habitats, absorb carbon dioxide and thus clean our air, provide us with oxygen and reduce benzene and nitrogen dioxide levels!

Click to read more ...

Tuesday
Jan022018

Nature and  Architecture

We have overdeveloped and overpopulated our planet, leaving very little room for our mother nature to thrive and give us her best. We build on habitats, forestry, and even coasts. If you live in a city, new developments consisting of rapidly constructed high-rises to deal with housing shortages are a common sight.  

Click to read more ...

Wednesday
Dec202017

Palm Oil Free Christmas  Treats

Palm oil production has haunted the Indonesian and Amazonian rainforests and still does. We have made strides in moving towards a palm oil free society. Many brands have managed to be stocked in major supermarkets and there are more and more options available than before.

Click to read more ...

Wednesday
Nov222017

The Urban Heat Island Effect - What Is  It?

The temperature of urban areas is becoming a concern. They experience considerably warmer temperatures than surrounding areas. This is the Urban Heat Island Effect. Have you ever wondered why the biggest metropolitan cities such as London, Paris and New York are hotter during the summer?

Click to read more ...

Monday
Nov132017

Top 5 most sustainable cities 

Cities have always been respected for their attractive skylines, abundant history and significant economic contribution. It is only recently that sustainability has joined this list, proving that cities can drop their high-carbon status and adopt green initiatives.

Click to read more ...

Friday
Aug302013

How to save sea turtles from at home and abroad

Globally, the increase in plastic use is having serious problems on wildlife because of the large amount of time it takes to biodegrade, and the toxic additives it adds to the ocean.

Click to read more ...