For years marketeers have pushed us to buy the shiny next new thing, and it’s this mindset that’s helped to accelerate the breakdown of our climate. Overconsumption sucks. And you know what, sometimes marketing sucks.
Developing countries need trees more than ever. This is why we’re continuing our tree planting efforts and planting a tree for every new follower on our Instagram page until the end of Earth Day.
With all this time spent at home, there’s no need to feel powerless – let’s make the best out of a bad situation and use our extra time at home for positive change.
Today we’ve never been prouder to be Bristolian. Today, our beautiful city welcomed a true Enviral hero – Greta. Having inspired and mobilised an entire generation to act on the climate crisis, Greta today stood shoulder to shoulder with Bristol Youth Strike for Climate in protesting for the future of our planet.
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?
As we jump headfirst into the next decade, it seems our planet needs our help more than ever. So what’s in store for 2020. More of the same? We hope not. The time for talking is over. We all know we’re in the midst of a climate crisis, so this has to be the year we act.
From slamming climate activists to shaming environmentalists, this new wave of shamers is more dangerous than before. They trivialise climate change, mock the science and try to halt the movement which millions of people all over the globe have worked tirelessly to mobilise.