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A city rich in wildlife, where man and nature are better connected, with clean air, unpolluted rivers and an abundance of accessible green space, is surely every urbanites dream. The reality, unfortunately, is often very different. But if you’re one for whom grey and drab is not an option, or you’re in need of a little inspiration on how […]
When in 2015, a group of 21 young people from the State of Oregon, along with the environmental advocacy organization Earth Guardians, filed a constitutional climate lawsuit against the U.S. government, few could have envisioned a time when entire U.S municipalities would be taking on the biggest fossil fuel companies on the planet. Fast forward […]
Eelmore Marsh in the south of England is a place brimming with flora and fauna. There are several species found within its bounds that can only be seen in only a handful of other sites around the country. But this biological diversity has not always been the case. Two centuries of mismanagement led to a largely barren landscape, and […]
On a sunlit May morning last week, before starting our work for the day, my sister and I paid a visit to Cross O’Cliff Orchard in Lincoln. An historical orchard concealed behind buildings in the middle of a residential area of the city, you can easily walk past the entrance without ever realising that a […]
Composting is the best way to get rid of your garden and kitchen waste. Not only is it environmentally friendly, it also provides you with a nutrient rich compost to use on your garden. As May 6th-12th 2018 is International Compost Awareness Week (ICAW), it’s the perfect time to look into starting a compost heap. We’ve […]
It’s easy to think of a town or city and to picture a grey, lifeless area, covered in concrete, and absent of trees and plants. This may be the case for some places, but not Croydon. This large town in South London has a number of green spaces encapsulated within its urban sprawl. One of these is Littleheath […]