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PPL PWR MKR 2018

With the festival season fast approaching, the need was damn high for PPL PWR to pull itself together and prepare...

Volunteer at Brainchild Festival 2018

We had such a great time at Brainchild Festivals 2016 and 2017 that we are looking to expand our presence...

PPL PWR Plans for 2018

What does 2018 have in store for PPL PWR? TRIPS UCL Green Lab Tour – March Following on from our...

The Co-Working Community Model is Being Upcycled at Green Lab

For all of the litter, waste and galloping consumption, cities are also dense epicentres of culture, business, research and progressive...

How Reusing Space Benefits the Planet

Climate change is a vast, abstract challenge, difficult to grasp in all its complexity. Its impacts, however, are becoming visible...

How much is your T-shirt worth?

Textiles manufacturing is one of the world’s oldest industries, but today it has become one of the most polluting, consuming...

One-in-3 Tents ABANDONED at Festivals

Roll back the clock to 2008. It’s simpler times. Bloc Party, The Killers, Tenacious D are headlining Reading 2008. I’ve...

Do What Oxford Says, then Do What It Doesn’t: a Recipe for Food Sustainability

In 2013, Low Carbon Oxford weighed up the environmental impact of Oxford’s whole food supply chain in a report commissioned...

Hydrogen: What’s it All About?

UCell’s Josh Bailey talks all things hydrogen and hints that it may not all be as dangerous as you may think…

Seacourt: Net Positive Printing

Seacourt’s Mark Pickford details the journey his printing company has been on to go (super) green… All organisations need to...