Monthly Archives: May 2012

Small-scale green schemes have a bigger impact, study finds

Small-scale, local initiatives to promote pro-environmental behaviour change are more successful than larger green schemes to reach the wider public, according to a new study from the University of Southampton. The research review points to qualitative and quantitative evidence of third sector … Continue reading

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Britain’s top eco tourism spots hailed at green award ceremony

Some of Britain’s most environmentally friendly tourist businesses have been honoured with a Goldstar in recognition of reaching the top of their class in eco tourism. The coveted Green Tourism Business Scheme Awards were presented to eight of the country’s most sustainability minded businesses … Continue reading

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Reward scheme launched to promote walking and cycling in London

The informative website ClickGreen.Org.UK has reported that a new scheme has been launched to encourage people to walk and cycle in London. The article states: Recyclebank, the company that motivates people to take everyday green actions by rewarding green behaviour, … Continue reading

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