In case you missed it, an article from me on the promise and the perils of hydrogen energy, for Mint Magazine.
I was under the impression that Scotland was the only country to put any money behind loss and damage at COP26. But not so: the Belgian region of Wallonia put up a million alongside them. First I’ve heard of this regional climate leadership.
Not everyone has got on board with the post-industrial aesthetic of the winter Olympics, but Dezeen celebrates the re-purposing of old industrial plants as high profile recycling.
I’ve been getting press releases about potato milk. Apparently it’s going to be a big thing. I don’t know.
I’ve been on half term this week and doing other things, so a slow week. Nevertheless, some highlights:
“What the agriculture sector needs right now is a Bean New Deal – a large scale investment in legume production, and a snazzy brand campaign to boot” argues Matthew Miles Goodrich in The Nation. The latest issue of the Zero Carbon Newsletter is out, if you want to catch up with my more local activities […]
An unusual month-long event closed in Rotterdam this week – one that I didn’t get to visit, but that I think raises some interesting ideas. The event is called Rooftop Walk, and it is a series of events and exhibitions held on rooftops around the city, with walkways and bridges that make them accessible. (Great […]
Trapped by Plastic is a short film from First Move Productions, profiling the work of UK artist Mandy Barker. She works with discarded plastics scavenged off beaches and sent in by the public, and uses them to create large scale, multi-layered photographs. I’ve seen art using waste plastic before, but I think there’s a kind […]