Climate anxiety. Apocalypse fatigue. Climate depression. Eco Anxiety. Whatever you call it, overwhelm at the state of our planet has never been higher. So, how do we communicate the climate crisis without causing this?
Music is at the heart of pretty much everything we do at Enviral. We’re super interested in people’s music tastes too. So much so that we’ve decided to get our network making weekly playlists, a selection of 20 tracks they are listening to at that moment with a little blurb on why they’ve chosen that music. Bring on the tunes!
As creatives, we’ve all got a responsibility to effectively communicate the climate crisis, educate on positive actions and perhaps most importantly, inspire change.
Put down that Tesco bag, shun that disposable coffee cup and let’s make Sir David Attenborough proud.
We’re firm believers that festivals are one of the best opportunities to genuinely inspire people to take action and change their personal lives for the better.
Team Enviral recently headed to the beautiful Cornish town of Mawgan Porth for two days
of inspirational talks, epic food and some awesome conversations at the inaugural Goodfest.
London has been brought to a standstill. Roads have been blocked, bridges have been taken and trains have been stopped. So why has the capital ground to a halt? Extinction Rebellion.
Last year was dubbed the ‘year that fashion got serious about sustainability’. Goodbye fast fashion, slow fashion is taking over. Yet as a sustainable brand, it can be hard to get your purpose marketing heard amongst the noise and greenwashers. This blog will help you stand out.