The Festival Spirit

Traditional camping is embodied with notions of being at one with nature, shirking the luxuries of brick and mortar, insulation, (most) devices and a solid bed in favour of the great outdoors. Exchanging our human-made surroundings for the natural environment. But pair camping with music, stalls, entertainment, booze and others, and humanities ability to desecrate…

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Pebble piracy

The perfect souvenir, enshrining the unique layers of rock and stone compressed over millions of years, hardened and broken, tumbled and polished into little muted gems scattered across the coastlines of Britains beaches. Rocks, we’re talking about rocks. Whatever you’re into, there’s something about the pebbles crunched over along the shore that makes you want…

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Can I afford to be sustainable?

The green revolution is coming. Beyond droves of crunchy granola, sandal wearing, and pruned beardy stereotypes, the drive for more sustainable lifestyles that have a lower environmental impact is approaching. You can see it in supermarkets that are increasing their amount of loose produce, along the high streets as package free shops open their doors,…

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Carbon pawprint

Even when you decide to live a more environmentally friendly lifestyle, perhaps you decided that nows the time to finally ditch the plastic, invest in an electric car or cut down on your meat consumption. As you throw away the last of the plastic ketchup bottles from your kitchen, cancel the phone upgrade to make…

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