The City of Onkaparinga, South Australia, is using the Ground to Ground model for coffee grounds recycling. This is encouraging other councils and organisations to take advantage of local community interest in the reuse of a valuable resource.
A low steady buzz drifts to me long before the smell of cut grass This haiku (5-7-5), was inspired by a recent experience. Pottering around under the Sun and a light breeze make for wonderful gardening. At some point I left my troubled thoughts and started to pay attention to the sounds around me, and …
If you’re thinking of keeping chickens then this essential guide will provide you with all you need to know about keeping chickens for the first time.
Forget mass production, sweatshops, under paid staff and exploitation because fashion has finally gone green! From Fairtrade workers to locally sourced fabrics, it’s time to sit up and listen. Here we bring you our top five companies that are creating some serious styles – without ruining the planet! Lost Property of London A graduate of …
Just picked up a copy of ‘The Biochar Revolution’ from my friends at Earth Garden, and wanted to share at interesting video on the same topic. And keep in mind that spent coffee grounds be used for biochar too
Spending time with a herd of horses at Phillip Island
This term 40 sustainability experts have challenged London College of Communication design students to communicate an environmental issue based around the themes for this year’s Green Week – Water, transport, waste, consumption and biodiversity.
Another day, another coffee grounds survey!
The question is – What would you pay for a .5 kilo bag of coffee fertilizer?
Article focusing on the current UK government’s attempts to meet energy targets and increase energy efficiency.