Welcome to the Save the Earth blog! Here you’ll find a wealth of inspirational and educational articles which explore environmental issues and solutions. Our aim is to help individuals, communities and businesses embrace green sensibilities, make informed life choices and create ethical policies. If you are a writer with a passion for green issues and you are interested in contributing some articles, then why not get in touch?

Newsletter May 2017 – Save the Earth

Another month has flown by and it's time for our latest edition of the Save the Earth Newsletter. If you've been following our blog this May, you'll know that our article on Universal Basic Income has kindled a hot debate – what's your standpoint on the subject? For...

Top Ten Air Purifying Houseplants

Carefully choosing and positioning the right houseplants can make your home a healthier place to relax – no wonder houseplants are making a comeback. But are you aware that they can also purify the air? NASA's Clean Air Study study found that a plethora of plants...

Newsletter April 2017 – Save the Earth

Spring has sprung and this month, Save the Earth are proud to introduce our budding initiative to help entrepreneurs establish ethical projects within their communities. To learn more about our founders and discover inspiring green companies working in partnership...

Entrepreneurs Sought For Ethical Community Projects

Do you have an idea for an Ethical Community Project? Save the Earth Co-operative can help!   Are you sick of the rat race? Let’s face it – who isn’t? Working umpteen hours simply to pay the bills and trying in vain to shoehorn a meaningful life around this is an all...

March Newsletter – Save the Earth

Welcome to Save the Earth's first ever newsletter! We aim to keep you up to date with our latest developments as well as providing special offers and giving you some insight into the co-operative's inner workings. Our Ethos We believe in you - the people. Here at Save...

What? My Homegrown Cabbages are Patented?!

This probably sounds like a completely ridiculous question, but I’m afraid this is not as far-fetched as it first appears. Whether you grow your own veggies or not, our whole food system is becoming monopolised and it could well be that those crunchy green cabbages...

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