By Daniel Connolly 13th May 2021 The business of clothes making is wholly unsustainable. Accounting for around 10% of the global greenhouse gases emitted to the Earth and responsible for discharging 1.2 billion tons of CO2 to the atmosphere. It … Continue reading Why Patagonia is one of the most Responsible Companies in the World
Theatre productions are a source of much harm to the planet. The amount of time, energy and materials to put on a single show is massive. A shockingly negative impact on the environment can be witnessed because of the costumes, … Continue reading What can the theatre industry do to fight the climate crisis?
By Daniel Connolly Are you a foodie that cares about the environment? Are you someone that is attempting to eat more plant-based meals? Are you someone who cares about how eateries source their ingredients? If yes, then this is some … Continue reading What Eco-Friendly Restaurants Should You Go to in Glasgow
By Daniel Connolly 30th March 2022 A report from the National Theatre on their Environmental Sustainability details multiple projects that have contributed to the goal of being a carbon-neutral facility by 2050. The climate emergency has inflicted pressure and difficulty … Continue reading New Hope for UK Theatre as Sustainability Projects Reveal Industry-Wide Changes
By Daniel Connolly 15 March 2022 Organic food has now become mainstream. From once being a ploy marketed to “tree-hugging consumers wishing to pay extra” (Zelman, 2017), to now being heavily endorsed by supermarket giants to the environmentally conscious, organic … Continue reading Is Organic Food Worth It?