20 steps closer to Circular Economy in Camden

As more local authorities, governments, and companies give increasing recognition to the value of Circular Economy (CE), it seems like the term has become a synonym of sustainability, a catchy -almost tokenistic- phrase that is on everyone’s mind. With this, it is fair to wonder how can we support and implement CE in our communities?

Camden’s Climate Action Plan: Landscape of Opportunities

In July 2019, Camden Council held a Citizens’ Assembly on the climate crisis, the first of its kind in the UK, to develop a set of proposals on how Camden should address the climate emergency. These proposals, based on evidence and recommendations from scientists, environmental groups and energy practitioners, informed the new Camden’s Climate Action

Second-hand chic: manifest sustainability through local charity shopping

By Jessica Clark Recently, the environmentally unfriendly effects of fast fashion have entered public consciousness, causing pause for thought amongst those of us wishing to implement sustainable ethics into our lifestyles. Knowing that the fashion industry produces 10 per cent of the world’s carbon emissions and that to manufacture a single pair of jeans uses

Ask your local garden centre to stop stocking pesticides

With the World Health Organisation classifying glyphosate as a probable carcinogen and retail groups across Europe banning products containing glyphosate from their shelves including Waitrose here in the UK, now is the time to ask your local garden centre to stop stocking these harmful products. Over the last few months we have visited many garden