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Is your life environmentally friendly? If not, maybe it could be with some help from Green Pepper, the environmental and eco-living blog. This is an environmental blog that covers all bases, from news on communities and companies across the world, and what they are doing to reduce their carbon footprints, to how businesses and households could improve their environmental health.

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Marine Conservation Society launches registration for the ‘Great British Beach Clean 2016’

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The UK’s leading marine charity, the Marine Conservation Society (MCS), is looking for volunteers to register for a trip to the beach!

There’s no doubt that being by the sea makes us feel better, and the Great British Beach Clean (16th- 19th September) isn’t just a good day out for people who love the coast – it benefits the beach too.

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BLT Direct on Solar Bus Shelter and their advantages

As the first solar-harvested bus shelter was unveiled last month in London’s finance capital, Canary Wharf, BLT Direct, who is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of lighting solutions and champions energy saving means, has welcomed the news, citing it as a significant leap forward.

Bus shelters are a common sight on the UK’s landscape. Not changing design much since their inception in

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KwikSweep app makes legal waste disposal more convenient and accessible


London is plagued by fly tipping but the new KwikSweep app makes legal waste disposal more convenient and accessible meaning there is now no excuse for persistent offenders. Last year six London boroughs were in the top ten worst areas for fly tipping incidents. The new app allows homeowners to easily get quotes and book collection from their own homes at a time that is

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World’s 2nd Largest Creature The Fin Whale Has Rare Behavior Caught On Film

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Passengers on board Hyannis Whale Watcher witnessed the highly unusual sighting of a breaching finback whale.  Finback whales are a federally endangered species and the second-largest creature on earth, out-sized only by the blue whale. Full grown, fin whales reach lengths of 75 ft (22 m) long and up to 80 tons (72,575 kg).

While sightings of fin whales are not unusual in the waters

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New innovative Sprout Knockout Chilli edition plantable pencils

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The perfect pencil for chilli lovers, these plantable pencils from Sprout are certainly hot stuff!

The chilli plantable pencil is the latest launch from Danish green startup Sprout, who introduced the world to the very first sustainable pencil which can be planted after use. Where an eraser would usually sit on top of the pencil, the Sprout Pencil has a special seed capsule.

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While there’s nothing faster than air travel point­to­point, it seems there’s nothing slower than airports to grind those time savings to a halt. The congested roadways, shopping mall­sized terminals, the interminable lines to check in and pass through security, and baggage claim delays upon arrival all accumulate to make what should be a quick trip a very slow affair. Now with heightened

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Wyke Farms 1st UK dairy to achieve triple Carbon Trust Standard certification

Wyke Farms, one of the UK’s largest independent cheese producers and milk processors, today announce they have achieved triple certification to the Carbon Trust Standard for improving environmental performance in carbon emissions, water use and waste. Wyke Farms are the first dairy firm in the UK to hold all three certifications at the same time.

Already known for becoming the UK’s first dairy company to

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Get your kids to combat climate change

One of the main reasons many people fight climate change is to preserve the future for their children. But how can you get your children to look after the environment themselves?

As complex as climate change and its solutions are, getting your children to engage with environmental issues doesn’t have to be difficult, dull or apocalyptic. To get started, here are some fun tips on

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Wildlife protection charities campaign for an end to lion trophy hunting

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Responding to the global outcry over the trophy hunting of lions following the illegal killing of Cecil in Zimbabwe in July 2015, leading wildlife protection charities FOUR PAWS, the Born Free Foundation, Lion Aid, IFAW, Save Me and One Protest, will come together in London on Saturday 30th April to call for an end to lion trophy hunting in Africa and the import of lion

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Artisan Travel’s wildlife tours revealing breathtaking landscapes in Alaska and Canada

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Feel a real sense of adventure on these seriously big trips to Alaska and Canada, part of Artisan Travel’s impressiveNorth America Collection. Designed to provide the very best immersive experiences in this wild and historical part of the world, choose either to travel on the famous Alaskan Railroad or to self-drive through Alaska’s spectacular landscapes or, in neighbouring Canada, to canoe down the Yukon, past

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