Monthly Archives: May 2011

ClickGreen report that global warming boosts trees’ ability to store carbon

Now that I’ve found the fabulous website I have read another article that got me thinking. The article covers the results of a 7-year study at Harvard Forest in central Massachusetts, in which a section of the forest (about one-quarter … Continue reading

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Renewable Energy League

I saw some interesting news on during the week, detailing the current Renewable Energy League. This league is more correctly known as Ernst & Young’s quarterly global “Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Indices”. The article talks of global events such as … Continue reading

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Farmers’ Markets

I’ve been looking into Farmers’ Markets, following my Earth Day pledge, and have found a couple of great websites with more information that I thought I’d share with you. Firstly, for Farmers’ Markets that are inspected by FARMA, you can … Continue reading

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Allotment progress

It seems like ages since we’ve had any rain and it means we’re eeking all the water we can out of our water butts. We’ve added two more butts that we purchased at auction, positioning them to collect water from … Continue reading

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Update on my Earth Day pledges

On Earth Day (22nd April) I wrote a blog entry about the day and made 3 pledges as to how I was going to improve my impact on the earth. I’ve been asked how I’ve been doing with my pledges … Continue reading

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Your Green Wedding

Thinking about my last post on the environmental impact of the Royal Wedding, I looked into Green Weddings in general and found an excellent article on the wonderful website They talk about the Eden Project opening it’s doors to … Continue reading

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