Tag Archive for 'shopping'

Greenwash – fill your shopping baskets and let the planet cook

August 19th, 2010 by Lindsay

This 3 minute film “Greenwash” produced by Chris Denton, Lindsay de Sausmarez, and Lou Fletcher was submitted for the 2010 Straight 8 film Competition.  This film competition requires shooting one 8 mm film cartridge with no editing.

The Guernsey Community Bag Partnership (GCBP)

May 19th, 2010 by Rosie

THE GUERNSEY COMMUNITY BAG PARTNERSHIP (GCBP) is a collaboration between the Guernsey Climate Action Network (G-CAN) and local retailers with the aim of encouraging shoppers to make the switch from disposable plastic carrier bags to reusable shopping bags. Our long-term aim is to see an end to the free distribution of disposable carrier bags in […]

Sustainable Transport to the Sausmarez Manor Farmers’ Market

May 2nd, 2010 by Richard Lord

Sarah Meader bicycles to the Sausmarez Manor Farmers’ Market on Saturday morning. Her bicycle is fitted with a trailer to carry all her farmers’ market purchases. Her dog safely trots alongside her bicycle while being attached to the bicycle with a Walkydog lead. The Walkydog website contains instructions on proper use and safety information.

Do we own too many things?

November 4th, 2009 by Richard Lord

The Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP) commissioned research by the Stockholm Environment Institute that states that using goods more efficiently could contribute to as much as ten percent of the target reduction in UK domestic greenhouse gas emissions by 2020. One way to accomplish this is to use the Ecomodo website to borrow and […]