I’ve highlighted some simple swaps to reduce plastic waste in the past, but as this is an ever-continuing journey, I’d like to keep sharing my new favourite ways to embrace a greener lifestyle.
’Tis the season to be jolly… and to fret over finding the perfect gift for your loved one. In my latest guest blog post Jodi from BookallSafaris shares some last minute Christmas ideas specifically for nature adventurers (i.e. those naturalists who love to travel!).
Christmas is the perfect time to show your gratitude towards those you love; but it can so easily become over-ruled with throwaway plastic packaging, single-use wrapping paper and hoards of unnecessary boxes and polystyrene.
This month is Secondhand September. The aim is to ditch our quick-fix shopping habits for new clothing for one whole month and shop secondhand.
A landmark new report from the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) found that around 1 million animal and plant species are now threatened with extinction, many within decades.
This month is #PlasticFreeJuly, a great opportunity to evaluate our consumption of single-use plastic and to find more sustainable, eco-friendly alternatives. The hope is, of
Eco-friendly Christmas gift ideas for him, her and… gorillas! Socks. Christmas is a great time for socks. Every year I either receive a pair (or
I had the absolute pleasure of attending the Jane Goodall institute’s Roots & Shoots Awards 2017 on World Wildlife Day– an important day in the conservationist’s calendar for promoting campaigns and causes concerning wildlife across the globe.
What equipment does a naturalist usually need? vEco’s Adviser and Ambassador (and renowned wildlife biologist and conservationist) Ian Redmond suggests a binoculars and hand lens,