by Ailbhe Cannon Uncertain about how to become more informed about the environmental challenges our planet faces and overwhelmed by the magnitude of the climate and biodiversity crisis? Documentaries provide easy, quick ways to become more knowledgeable on these issues. This collection of eight documentaries offers an accessible and digestible look at climate change andContinue reading “￼Climate Change and Biodiversity Decline Documentaries”
by Rachel Smyth DrilledTold like a true crime podcast, where the offender is Big Oil and ordinary people are the victims, Drilled is a fascinating and shocking look into the deepest secrets of the fossil fuel industry. The show has been running since 2016 and has seven full seasons for you to get stuck into,Continue reading “￼5 Podcasts to Stay up to Date With Climate Action”
In a world where the amount of waste being produced increases year on year, sometimes small changes can help us to feel more in control of our environmental impact. Aoife Kiernan discusses some habits that can be created to cut down on waste.
Rachel Smyth’s top tips for upcycling your wardrobe and new uses for your old clothes.
While trying to figure out your fashion sense, Aoife Prunty gives advice on the many different ways that you can source fashion sustainably.
By Rachel Smyth While browsing in my local library a few months ago, I came across a small hardback book called Make Do and Mend: Keeping Family and Home Afloat on War Rations (with foreword by Jill Norman). The book was a compilation of leaflets published by the British government during WWII, encouraging households toContinue reading “Sewing my Way to Sustainability”
By Anna Barry With the sudden outburst of advertising and opinions on social media in recent years, it’s no wonder the cosmetics industry is as big as it is. We are constantly bombarded with ads on Facebook and Instagram through influencers, with videos on TikTok and YouTube informing us about all the new “must have”Continue reading “Clean Beauty Edition”
by Aoife Robertson Climate Justice – Mary RobinsonAs the first female president of Ireland and a former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mary Robinson uses her experience to write a wonderful book on the women behind the climate change movement. In Climate Justice, she writes the stories of women she met who are facingContinue reading “Must Read Books for Every Environmental Activist”