Mary Flynn is creating artwork to spread the message.
We all share the responsibility to look after our environment, but Mary Flynn is trying to spread the message in a slightly different way...
Read on to find out all about the ambitious journey to hybridise two species of waterlily right here on the Island, for the first time in the UK
We all love to travel to broaden our horizons, our experiences and our cultural boundaries, but planes consume fuel, generate carbon emissions and pollute the planet. In fact, air travel is the fastest growing source of the greenhouse gas emissions that are responsible for climate change. If you dream of heading off to a far flung and exotic part of the world but you’re worried about the damage you’re doing to our planet, you should think about carbon offsetting your flight.
Josie is a fashion blogger with a keen interest in all things ethical and fairtrade, having previously written for the likes of The Times, The Huffington Post and anywhere else that will have her.
Your invitation to the Ethical Hedonist Green and Glam Tea Party!
Nicole Walsh is an Environment Science Student at Plymouth University, on a recent trip to Malaysia Nicole wrote a blog to document her trip and discuss the environment issues on the other side of the world.
David's recent presentation at TEDx Southampton.
Amy Fry writes for a large range of topics and industries including business, education and Green energy. She has previously written for lifestyle blogs, and now lives and works in London. For more information about green energy and renewables visit http://www.electricaltraining4u.co.uk.
Edulis, meaning edible plant is the name of choice for Ventnor Botanic Garden's eagerly anticipated new café and restaurant that opened at midday on Good Friday last week.
HI! My name is Elena, I’m 17 years old. I come from Italy and I arrived on the Isle of Wight to stay here for three weeks, because I was chosen by my school to participate in a study trip to learn about renewable energy.