Tag Archives: Green Books

August- the perfect time to forage for giant puffballs

The flesh of the Giant Puffballs has been compared to cheese or tofu… Continue reading

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Should you think about using hempcrete when building your home?

With a good understanding of the material, and a little practice, hempcrete is a hugely rewarding material to work with Continue reading

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Finding an orchard in the heart of the city

But the critical thing is that the houses around us have been built on something: farmland, garden or, sometimes, orchard. Continue reading

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The links between poverty and environmental degradation

Poverty is linked to environmental degradation. The poor live in the most polluted places, in proximity to industrial areas, close to transport lines, in neighborhoods poorly serviced in water supply or garbage collection. One way of apprehending poverty in other … Continue reading

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The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating

The first chapter of an incredible story of a friendship between a critically-ill woman and… a snail Continue reading

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5 reasons why cycling to work is a great choice

Check out why more and more people are cycling to work Continue reading

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3 ways to keep this turtle happy (Hint: make your children’s toys environmentally friendly)

Have you ever worried that your kid’s toys are destroying the planet? Here are some ways to have fun without hurting the environment. Continue reading

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