Our most recent blog comes from Mad Seat participant Rebecca Hamilton. A keen cyclist and hockey player, Rebecca shares her top tips for keeping safe and enjoying cycling during the winter season.
Sarah Leslie is a Board Trustee with 2050 Climate Group and a keen member of The Real Junk Food Project Edinburgh. By day an employment lawyer, she is passionate about sustainability and the environment, and how individuals can effect change […]
It started from a humble bet between two best friends. If one of them ran a half marathon the other would reduce their meat consumption. Fast-forward some time and at the end of May I will be running my first […]
For this week’s #My_Handprint, we hear from two different parents on how they are trying to consider the environment in their use of nappies. Eilidh uses eco-friendly nappies, while Rosie has chosen reusable nappies. We value keeping the conversation around […]
Meet Chaz Powell, the man behind The Wildest Journey. After travelling the world on and off for eight years, he decided to combine his passion for the outdoors and travel and become an expedition leader and has lead expeditions in […]
by Amelia Masters To be frank, I wasn’t really trying to throw a sustainable wedding. I was trying to throw a cheap wedding and a beautiful wedding. But hey, there’s an encouraging lesson: when I combined cheap and beautiful, I […]
by Amelia Masters [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”7″ gal_title=”Snowmen”] With days growing a bit longer now that we’ve landed on the other side of the Winter Solstice, I downloaded an app called Couch Potato to 5K to try and get myself back […]
Cheese, as far as I can tell, is entirely irreplaceable. And meat, of course, is amazing. But too much or either has its downsides. I’ve always tried to steer towards a healthy eating, but my ‘ideal diet’ is […]