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.
Update on Ecoisland's progress with the Green Deal
Forget mass production, sweatshops, under paid staff and exploitation because fashion has finally gone green! From fairtrade workers to locally sourced fabrics, it’s time to sit up and listen. Here we bring you our top five companies that are creating some serious styles – without ruining the planet!
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.
Mike Williams emerged from a classic powerboat project to find the marine market in decline, and started to think about what he would do next - he has written this guest blog for us to tell us all about what he does!
With news this week on a new Isle of Wight solar park, Ecoisland kicking off the Green Deal on the Isle of Wight, new rules against Mercury and Mackerel!
Environment and sustainability news from the Isle of Wight and around the world
Recently I discovered a brilliant blog through Twitter called 'My Make do and Mend Year', I was very inspired by the blogs ethos and the writers challenge of buying nothing new for a whole year, something which I think most of us would find a big and daunting challenge. The blog fits in well with the Ecoisland teams thoughts on helping to achieve sustainability by consuming and using less. The writer of the blog very kindly agreed to write a guest blog for our website and so without further ado let me introduce Jen!
Hopefully to become a new regular feature, a roundup of the weeks relevant environmental and sustainability news stories
Our look at the information from the recent Met Office report on rainfall
Two of the Ecoisland ladies treated themselves to lunch at the Priory Bay Hotel, to discover just how sustainable and locally caught a meal could be!