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The reducetarian approach – namely a reduction of animal products from one’s diet – has gained plenty of publicity recently with founder Brian Kateman setting up this website www.reducetarian.com on the subject and a number of key individuals
It's been a week since ticket sales for VegfestUK London – arguably Europe's biggest vegan food and lifestyle festival nowadays - began and nearly 500 people have jumped at the opportunity to snap up their tickets in advance on the current BUY ONE
Award winning ethical street wear brand THTC (The Hemp Trading Company) announces its huge fundraiser party to raise money for its new season’s range following a devastating fire destroyed 10 years worth of their t-shirt screens.
Over 500 vibrant guests attended the PEA Awards 2014 ceremony and enjoyed an electric vibe! Oliver Heath, TV presenter and eco-architect guru being the perfect host.
If you're thinking that vegan foods are dull and lifeless, VegfestUK London is going to prove you spectacularly wrong. This annual celebration of the very best of vegan products and lifestyle features 14 top-notch caterers and nearly 200 other stalls
The PEA Awards 2013 is delighted to announced the shortlist of green and environmental arena finalists ahead of the awards ceremony on 26th November, which will be hosted by Phaldut Sharma from EastEnders.
Tickets are selling fast for Resurgence & Ecologist’s annual Festival of Wellbeing hosted this Saturday, 12 October 2013 at Bishopsgate Institute, 230 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 4QH from 10am – 6pm. It will explore ‘wellbeing’ from environmental,
Running from 1-4 August 2013, The Green Gathering returns to it’s lovely site near Chepstow for the third year in the landscaped grounds of Piercefield Park, bordered by the mighty river Wye. With the imposing ruin of Piercefield House as a backdrop
21st Century Challenges is the Royal Geographical Society’s flagship engagement series. It aims to raise public understanding and promote informed discussion of environmental, social, economic and educational issues
From the 7th January through to the 31st March Bricks and Bread Sustainable Living Centre is showcasing the products and stories about the people who made them, especially if you had to learn new skills, change direction