Monday the 21st of February marked the start of Fairtrade Fortnight, a two-week event designed to draw attention to where our food and drinks come from, and the inequality faced […]
TL;DR – an intro to sustainability. The first in a series of bitesize sustainability blogs for students written by Max, SGO Project Officer #actingtogether
Hi everybody I’m Max, one of the new project officers of the Student Green Office (SGO).
ustainability is a complicated thing, and it can be difficult to know where to start, and that can make sustainable change intimidating.
At the time of writing, I am one week away from finishing my contract with the SGO. Working with the Student Green Office has been one of the defining experiences […]
One of the major trends in recent years with an upsurge of interest in vegan diets and sustainable food production is alternative milks, which have grown in popularity and variety […]
The Environmental Performance Index, or EPI, is a ranking of 180 countries in terms of environmental health and ecosystem vitality, essentially a performance review on their sustainable development. The ranking […]
A recent government announcement shared plans to reunify the national rail under one governing body, which is slated to make travel easier and (hopefully) cheaper for a lot of people. […]
A recent trend on social media has seen people making ‘trash jars’ or ‘zero waste jars’, designed to impress and encourage people to create as little waste as possible, often […]