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Clothes Swap Finds and Turning the Public Vegan!

Clothes Swap Finds and Turning the Public Vegan!

Our latest video is up, and it features some more vegan activism. This time, it involves an inflatable Matrix-inspired cube with video screens showing footage of how farmed animals are treated. We set up the cube in the centre of town — it attracted a lot of attention and was great at drawing people in! … Read More

How to Make an Ecobrick…& Vegan Outreach With an Inflatable Polar Bear!

How to Make an Ecobrick…& Vegan Outreach With an Inflatable Polar Bear!

Our second YouTube video is here! In this video, we make our very first ecobrick. If you don’t know what an ecobrick is, it’s where you cram your unrecyclable plastic waste into an empty plastic bottle. The ecobrick can be used to make furniture or replace various building materials. Watch the video, or read on … Read More

The Bristol Animal Rights March and Anti-Airport Demo

The Bristol Animal Rights March and Anti-Airport Demo

When I moved to Bristol in January, I was hoping to get involved with lots of activism again. But life took over, and I’ve somehow managed to do very little over the past five months. So I was absolutely determined to make it to the annual Bristol animal rights march last Saturday. And coincidentally, there … Read More

Sharkwater Extinction: an Action-Packed Film With a Powerful Message

Sharkwater Extinction: an Action-Packed Film With a Powerful Message

Today’s post comes from blogger Hannah Parry, also known as Hannah the Traveller. She’s going to discuss an important new documentary raising awareness of the plight of sharks, and what we can do to help. *** The power of media. We’re still talking about the “Attenborough effect” — the impact on society’s conscience that Sir … Read More

Camping by the Sea (and the importance of me-time)

Camping by the Sea (and the importance of me-time)

After promising to post more frequently, I then neglected my blog for a few weeks – possibly the longest I’ve ever gone without posting! Life has been very turbulent in the past few months since I moved to Bristol, with lots going on in both my work and personal life. It feels like things are … Read More

Litter, Glitter and Waste – The Environmental Cost of Festivals

Litter, Glitter and Waste – The Environmental Cost of Festivals

Today’s guest post comes from Rachel White, who’s going to talk about the environmental cost of festivals and what we can do about it. Enjoy! *** There were 4 million festival attendees in 2017, which isn’t surprising considering the hundreds of festivals going on across the UK. The number of festival-goers is rising, with new … Read More

What We Actually Need to Do to Stop Climate Change

What We Actually Need to Do to Stop Climate Change

There’s no longer any doubt about it – this is a climate emergency. We’ve left tackling it very late. And small solutions are really not going to be enough at this point. Listening to the advice of some organisations, we might be tempted to think that if we just drive a little less often and … Read More

Rubies in the Rubble: An Interview with Founder Jenny Costa

Rubies in the Rubble: An Interview with Founder Jenny Costa

Rubies in the Rubble are our second sponsor for the April/May issue of Seedling magazine! They are an amazing company making condiments out of food which would go otherwise go to waste – and their products are all vegan-friendly, too. We interviewed founder Jenny Costa to find out more about the origin of the company … Read More

Clean Vegan Energy: the Ecotricity Story

Clean Vegan Energy: the Ecotricity Story

I’m absolutely thrilled to have Ecotricity as a sponsor of the April/May issue of Seedling! My flatmates and I use them as our energy supplier, and I really believe in what they do. So I thought I’d write a piece introducing them and explaining why they’re so awesome. Here goes! *** When you transition to … Read More