Here’s some of the stories that have captured Life & Soul Magazine’s attention this week:
Scottish boutique gin-maker launches eco-friendly refill pouches – A Scottish boutique gin has launched a new range of recyclable refills in a bid to cut its environmental footprint and make the business more sustainable for the future, The Scotsman writes.
Funding worth £600,000 allocated for sustainable island projects – Almost £600,000 is being made available to support green projects on Scottish islands that support sustainability, according to STV.
Google hopes dragonscale solar will take wing at Silicon Valley sites – Google is betting that dragonscale solar panels on its canopy campuses in Mountain View could bolster the tech titan’s efforts to generate green energy, The Mercury News reports.
How Berlin is blazing a trail in zero-waste, sustainable food – Sustainability and culinary creativity are at the heart of the German capital’s most exciting restaurant experiences, from a contemporary Thai feast to herbs grown with cutting-edge technology, National Geographic writes.
Bay Area zero-waste stores thrive after wave of pandemic pollution – San Francisco Chronicle looks at continued rise of zero-waste movement.
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Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She writes about lifestyle including sustainable and green living