Recipe: Gingerade

Ginger is packed full of medicinal properties and can be used to treat many ailments including improving circulation, easing morning sickness through to aiding digestion, among many others. There are numerous ways to incorporate ginger in to your diet. One way is by making a glass of gingerade, which tastes like a carbonated ginger drink with the added healing benefits from the honey. Ingredients: (Serves … Continue reading Recipe: Gingerade

Wildbelt: The Wildlife Trusts calls for protection of low biodiversity land that is put into nature’s recovery

New land of low biodiversity that is put into nature’s recovery in England must be protected under planning laws, The Wildlife Trusts announced in response to the UK Government’s proposed planning reforms. The conservation charity – which has called for the creation of a new designation, known as Widebelt, to support nature’s recovery – says the protection would enable new land that is currently of … Continue reading Wildbelt: The Wildlife Trusts calls for protection of low biodiversity land that is put into nature’s recovery

Tarot Guidance for Friday 18 September 2020: King of Swords —

The King of Swords urges you to cut through illusions to see the truth in a situation you are dealing with today. The King of Swords  is one who most certainly “cuts to the chase”, and wastes no time with the unnecessary. While this King has a propensity towards logic and reason, otherwise known as […] Tarot Guidance for Friday 18 September 2020: King of Swords … Continue reading Tarot Guidance for Friday 18 September 2020: King of Swords —

Daily I Ching for Friday 18 September 2020: Meng (Youthful Folly), Hexagram 4 —

Meng (Youthful Folly), Hexagram 4 – Meng shows that there is more to discover and to learn. The first step to learning is to let go of everything that “blinkers” you including that which has you believe you have all the answers already. One is constantly learning in life and one may not have all […] Daily I Ching for Friday 18 September 2020: Meng (Youthful … Continue reading Daily I Ching for Friday 18 September 2020: Meng (Youthful Folly), Hexagram 4 —

Tune of the Day for Friday 18 September 2020: Find A Way by Lemon D —

Lemon D’s Find A Way comes as a reminder of the saying “where there’s a will, there’s a way”. If you’ve hit a stumbling block in a venture, do not take that to mean that what you are wanting to do or create cannot be done. It just means that while you’ve exhausted route one, so […] Tune of the Day for Friday 18 September 2020: Find … Continue reading Tune of the Day for Friday 18 September 2020: Find A Way by Lemon D —

Costa Rica conservation map grows by more than 11,000sq km² during the last 10 years

Costa Rica’s conservation map has grown more than 11,000 square kilometres during the last 10 years, according to environmental organisation Costa Rica por Siempre Association (ACRXS). More than 400 communities in Costa Rica have benefited from projects of ecological, economic and social impact over the last 10 years. To date, these represent more than $ 23 million invested in 456 initiatives, the equivalent of a new project … Continue reading Costa Rica conservation map grows by more than 11,000sq km² during the last 10 years

4 Simple Stretches to Get Rid of Upper Back Pain (Chiropractor Approved) — ecogreenlove

When it comes to back pain, you don’t want to just take anyone’s word for it. Improper stretching and movements can increase your back pain and even cause further problems. That’s the last thing you want. Luckily, we went straight to the source for simple stretches to get rid of upper back pain (chiropractor approved). 4 Simple Stretches to Get Rid of Upper Back Pain (Chiropractor … Continue reading 4 Simple Stretches to Get Rid of Upper Back Pain (Chiropractor Approved) — ecogreenlove

Lego set to replace its plastic bricks with ones made from sustainable materials by end of the decade

Lego has announced it will invest $400 million over the next three years to step up efforts to produce its colourful bricks using sustainable materials instead of oil-based plastic. The investment will help Lego to reach a target of becoming carbon neutral by 2022 in terms of its production, as well as phase out single-use plastic in packaging by 2025, and replace plastic bricks with … Continue reading Lego set to replace its plastic bricks with ones made from sustainable materials by end of the decade

The Hothouse: London’s pop-up tropical hothouse seeks to highlight the reality of a rapidly changing climate

A pop-up tropical hothouse in East London seeks to demonstrate the effects of climate change whilst also celebrating the beauty and resilience of plants. The Hothouse, which is currently on display at International Quarter London near Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London’s Stratford, will provide a controlled habitat for cultivating plants that would not ordinarily grow within the UK’s climate. London-based architecture practice, Studio Weave teamed … Continue reading The Hothouse: London’s pop-up tropical hothouse seeks to highlight the reality of a rapidly changing climate

Tune of the Day for Wednesday 16 September 2020: Doin’ What’s Right by Shuggie Otis —

Honouring your heart and soul in all aspects of your life and making the right choices is today’s message from Shuggie Ottis’s Doin What’s Right. As the lyrics go: “Keep it in your mind and heart, That you must do your heart, Now don’t you steer the wrong way…Doin What’s Right is my main delight, […] Tune of the Day for Wednesday 16 September 2020: Doin’ … Continue reading Tune of the Day for Wednesday 16 September 2020: Doin’ What’s Right by Shuggie Otis —