Eco News

Solidarity on Human Rights Day

Survival International supporters around the world held an international protest on UN Human Rights Day, urging Brazil to ‘Save the Awá’; Earth’s most threatened tribe. … [Read more...]

Welsh Rarebits to create greener future

Welsh Rarebits, the collection of boutique and luxury independently-owned hotels, has joined forces with  Carbon Trust Wales to help the group reduce energy costs and boost sustainability. … [Read more...]

Search For Electric Racing Car Designers

Drayson Racing Technologies (DRT), the company behind the 200 mph B12/69EV all-electric racing car that recently set a new electric record at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, is launching a unique competition with the Royal College of Art's prestigious Vehicle Design programme in London. … [Read more...]

Greenwich Goes Green 2012

Green fingered Greenwich shop owners and stall holders will be joined in the Market by visiting eco experts as part of the Soil Association's Organic September 'Organic, Naturally Different' promotion. For the third year running, Greenwich Goes Green will be a must for local Londoners looking to cut their carbon … [Read more...]

Harnessing The Power Of Wind

Homeowners can reaps huge benefits from the newest small wind turbine to complete certification for the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) Feed-In Tariff (FIT) scheme. As well as being eco-friendly it will save money on energy bills and earn an income. … [Read more...]

UK urged to ratify a law

Tribes from four continents have urged Britain to ratify a law that will ‘guarantee’ their survival. It is the first time a group of tribal representatives have made such a direct appeal, reflecting the urgent need for the law’s global endorsement. … [Read more...]

Exciting green invention

An ingenious new device called BatRecycle® - an environmentally friendly way of testing and disposing of consumer batteries – has just hit the market. … [Read more...]

Trailblazing green technology company

Cenin, the pioneering company manufacturing ultra low carbon cement replacement products, is planning the next stage of its development of the Stormydown research facility where it operates. … [Read more...]

Survival denounce cannibal claims

Survival International has lodged a formal complaint with authorities in the UK over the ‘highly offensive and ludicrous’ claims in the world’s press that a German tourist missing in the South Pacific has been ‘eaten by cannibals.’ … [Read more...]

Green group gets support for new endeavours

A group of conservation volunteers has been given a helping hand to buy essential equipment  thanks to Mead Property Management. The Venture Out Cardiff Community Group, which operates under the BTCV umbrella,  has been running for three years, and provides opportunities for adults with disabilities. … [Read more...]