Blogs

Renewed momentum for an ambitious post-2015 development agenda?

Renewed momentum for an ambitious post-2015 development agenda?

Friday 26th September 2014 Policy
With one year to go until the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are finalised, Freya Seath, Senior Policy and Advocacy Manager,… Read more
Sutton encourages sustainability through the arts

Sutton encourages sustainability through the arts

Saturday 20th September 2014 BedZED,Sustainable Places,Sutton
Joanna Steele, Arts Engagement Co-ordinator at Sutton Council, talks to us about her visit to BedZED during this year’s IMAGINE… Read more
The UK’s first carbon budget – success or failure?

The UK’s first carbon budget – success or failure?

Thursday 31st July 2014 Green Deal
The Committee on Climate Change was set up by the Climate Change Act 2008 to report to the government on… Read more
Building a Sustainable City

Building a Sustainable City

Sunday 20th July 2014
The International Union of Architects World Congress 2014 is just days away from opening in my home city of Durban and… Read more
Food for thought – Brighton & Hove City Council’s sustainable food strategy

Food for thought – Brighton & Hove City Council’s sustainable food strategy

Thursday 29th May 2014
When Brighton & Hove was working towards becoming the first accredited One Planet City, the principle we felt most confident… Read more
Bioregional’s Biodiversity Action Plan

Bioregional’s Biodiversity Action Plan

Thursday 22nd May 2014
Creating a simple Biodiversity Action Plan No matter how large or small, or what sector you operate in, all organisations… Read more
What people really want from a home retrofit

What people really want from a home retrofit

Wednesday 02nd April 2014 Green Deal
Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey recently admitted that take-up of the Green Deal had been disappointing, with only… Read more
Why do we buy to waste?

Why do we buy to waste?

Monday 24th March 2014 Consumption,Zero Waste
Like many people I hate waste and have always been quite frugal. I work hard and hate to see my… Read more
Curiouser and curiouser, further down the GHG reporting hole we go….

Curiouser and curiouser, further down the GHG reporting hole we go….

Friday 21st March 2014 Opinion
Defra’s latest consultation on changing the corporate GHG reporting guidelines closes on Monday March 24th, and much as I think the proposed… Read more
Circular economy – the fashion industry’s new style staple

Circular economy – the fashion industry’s new style staple

Thursday 13th March 2014 Circular Economy,Consumption
Fashion trends are circular (80’s trends such as bleached denim and crop tops are apparently all the rage this summer),… Read more