Once a week I’ll be sharing some of the latest articles published on our website, The Rooter. This is an environmental news website, reporting on positive news stories, successes, green innovations and sustainable developments, and championing grassroots projects and campaigns.
I’d love for you all to pop on over and have a browse through some of the stories. Hopefully it will leave you feeling slightly more positive about what is happening in the world.
June is a perfect month to get out and about. The days grow longer and the sun warmer. Flowers are in full bloom. Fledglings leave their nests. It’s easy to connect with nature at this time of the year, if you simply take a little time to do so. This is why the Wildlife Trust are challenging everyone to go #30DaysWild this June…
Are you considering heading out and about, or looking for ideas and inspiration for events and projects to take part in over the next few weeks? Here’s our monthly roundup of eco-themed events and activities, large and small, local, national, and global, taking place in June 2018.
When a group of 21 young people from the State of Oregon filed a constitutional climate lawsuit against the U.S. government in 2015, few could have envisioned a scenario where entire U.S. municipalities would be taking on the biggest fossil fuel companies, nor the rise of an entire climate litigation movement.
The announcement that the European Commission is to take new measures to tackle plastic pollution is welcomed by campaigners. But do these measures go far enough?
Guerrilla gardeners are creating a little bit of happy wherever they go.
Eelmore Marsh is a place brimming with flora and fauna, but this biological diversity has not always been the case. Only after decades of intensive habitat restoration is the land flourishing once more. One particular creature benefiting from the improvements are the sand lizards: Britain’s rarest reptile.
The UN flagship day for promoting worldwide awareness and action for the environment is on June 5 2018. This year the theme is “Beat Plastic Pollution”. The event invites everyone to take action to reduce plastic waste and the burden of plastic pollution on our natural environment, our wildlife, and on human health.
Are you involved in an environmental project of some sort? We’d love for you to submit an article to The Rooter.
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Trust your own instinct. Your mistakes might as well be your own, instead of someone else’s. Billy Wilder