I ran a soil week on the blog recently, and then compiled the posts into a 24 page magazine. You can read it below, online, or download it here. Please feel free to email it round, pass it on, and put it to whatever use you like. If you want a print quality file, let me know.

(You’ll notice that I haven’t used the Make Wealth History name on this. I’ve published it through Earthbound Ventures, which is the not-for-profit agency I run with my brother Paul. If you’re sending this to  someone less convinced about environmental causes, the ‘make wealth history’ name is pretty confrontational. It’s more likely to get read with something more neutral, and Earthbound seemed like a good fit.)

Other downloads

Here’s a workshop on doing your carbon footprint as a group activity.

1 comment

  1. Dear Sirs,
    I am currently in my final year at Birmingham University, and I am doing a project on recyling and looking at landfill sites for both Industrial and Domestic waste, Also I am researcing land reclemation of old quarry’s and mines.
    would it be possable for you to send me any further information, regarding landfill sites, especially the Nuneaton/Warwickshire, West Midlands, area of England?
    Could you also let me know how an area is chosen for a landfill site?
    Also what regulations do you have to comply with for example any European polocies that one has to follow as guide lines, eg. What is deemed Domestic Waste, Industrial & chemical waste? and how are they disposed off saftley? Do all landfill sites produce electricity, from methaine gas, as a waste by-product which is then fed into the main electricity grid ?
    Could you please send me any further information to my home address, Miss ATHENA XOUFARIDES,at, 6 EASTLANG ROAD, FILLONGLEY, COVENTRY, CV7 8ER.

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