Blog Posts - Green Issues



Are You a Green Goddess? #GreenCanClean

How 'green' are you?  Whilst not everyone wants to install solar panels or turbines, give up flying and driving, become vegetarian or vegan, and start campaigning on green issues, there are two easy things everyone can do to help improve the glo...
by Attachment Mummy on Sep 12, 2015

Organic kiosk to serve good food on Oxford Street

A Planning application has been made by Organic Joe’s which intends to bring reasonably priced homemade and wholesome organic food kiosk to the heart of London’s West End.If approved the kiosk will replace the existing fruit stall which has been...

Tree Planting - New Cavendish Street

Lord Robert Winston and the Lord Mayor of Westminster, Councillor Susie Burbridge, officiated at a tree planting last week to mark the successful introduction to the south side of New Cavendish Street (West End Ward) of part of the Marylebo...

Affordable Solar Energy That You Can Make Yourself.

The Earth is presently under attack and many people are trying to do their part to try and save it as much as possible. To combat this, we are going to see how utilizing solar panels can help us. We are going to take a look at a program that will be...
by Article-Explor on Jun 12, 2011

BBC - Portland Place Redevelopment Update

The redevelopment is nearing its completion and details of the latest aspects of the work being undertaken is in the attached Newsletter. BH newsletter 23 -...

Some Concepts Of Renewable Energy For The Home

When industry first released the news that it was possible to convert sunlight into electricity, it gave mankind hope for the day when there would be no such thing as an electric bill. As research and development continued to improve the process it h...
by Solar Kits on Apr 19, 2011

Drinking Fountains Update

I have been continuing with my campaigning to see public drinking fountains restored and installed in order to improve access to free drinking water throughout the West End Ward. Although this has proved difficult in certain instances,...

Green Issues - Street Trees

As part of the process supported by the Mayor of London to introduce a further 10,000 street trees by March 2012 throughout London I will be campaigning to ensure that additional trees are available in West End Ward.We share the Mayor’s view that t...

Transport - Air Quality

New Taxi Emission Standards are being intrduced which should improve air quality. West End Ward has more than its fair share of black cabs and the Mayor for London has announced new emission standards in order to help the fight to improve a...

Things You Should Know About Phone Recycling

You might have read such things to recycle your mobile phones etc. What’s that exactly and what is the purpose? More people are now influenced by green issues while purchasing new devices.Very less people usually bother to go for Mobile Phone Recyc...
by A New Era Of Knowledge on Oct 14, 2010

Could our Lawns, be costing the Earth?

Lawns are becoming less and less environmentally friendly.  With increased irrigation costs and petrol prices going through the roof, how long can we afford to keep our lawns green? If you took all the lawns in the US, they would cover the entire st...
by MyGardenSchool on Jun 11, 2010

Smart Meters – Are They Really?

For some reason the government has decided that we all need to have smart energy meters installed. Yes I know there are claims about cutting energy usage and saving people money, but who is going to pay for this? We all will, it will either be paid f...

41 Stunning Aged, Ancient & Natural Foot Paths

Whether man-made or formed by nature, the world is filled with footpaths over otherwise impassable areas. Not the type of bridge that we would drive over, but the kind we come across when blazing a trail by foot. Some of these bridges are geological...
by WebEcoist on Aug 26, 2009

A couple of healthy eating pitfalls.

Green Britain Day - 2 days to go!In one of my earlier posts I briefly mentioned the on-going food-labelling saga, and how food companies are making their products appear to be healthier for you than they actually are, simply by manipulating the way i...

Green Britain - Some concerns.......

Only 4 days to go to 'Green Britain Day'!As you will know by now, I am a fan of being green.To me, being green means living in such a way as to minimise my impact on my environment, to use minimal natural resources, and to try and benefit my environm...

Recycling - Why So Difficult?

I understand the principles behind recycling, I’m not saying we shouldn’t reycle things, but why do councils have to make it so confusing? By the end of this month, I will have: A 120 litre wheely bin instead of a 240 litre bin A green b...

Responsible Tourism And The Credit Crunch

If you’ve been keeping up with the newspapers, industry media and various Internet sources then you’d be forgiven for having conflicting views of the state that tourism will be left in as a direct result of the recession this year. Some s...
by UK Ferry Tickets on Mar 30, 2009

Responsible Tourism And The Credit Crunch

If you’ve been keeping up with the newspapers, industry media and various Internet sources then you’d be forgiven for having conflicting views of the state that tourism will be left in as a direct result of the recession this year. Some s...
by UK Ferry Tickets on Mar 30, 2009

Self Drives And Responsible Travel

Responsible travel is a major issue today, so much so that many governments are talking about it in their daily debates and meetings. The majority of First World countries are trying to reduce carbon emissions and make their own environments much hea...
by UK Ferry Tickets on Nov 26, 2008

Is Your Hotel Really Eco-Friendly?

With each year that passes, there seem to be more and more hotels, guest houses and bed and breakfasts that advertise as eco-friendly. They all boast green facilities and environmentally friendly buildings and locations, but it may come as no surpris...
by UK Ferry Tickets on Nov 20, 2008


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