All Posts by Rhys Herbert

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Sourcing images for your sustainable marketing plan

The past 150 years have provided us with some iconic images — Neil Armstrong’s photographs of the moon landing, Dorothea Lange’s Migrant Mother, Nick Ut’s powerful document of napalm victims in Vietnam. In each case, images were essential to a certain cause. They helped to change policy and public attitudes, or highlight the potential of […]

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Should your company go plastic-free?

The oceans are suffering, so is it time to say no to plastic? With concern for our oceans growing, 2019 has become the year of reducing plastic. While individuals have a responsibility to do their bit, we also need industries to make wholesale changes. That’s where you come in.  Large or small, every company can […]

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How to share sustainability with family and friends

Want to share the facts — and urgency — of our climate emergency? Here are a few tips and tricks. If you’re an environmentalist — like we are — you’ve probably come across this problem before. How do you encourage your loved ones to care about sustainability? The climate crisis is too complex to fight […]

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How to get sustainable marketing right in 2019

A clear and illuminating guide on sustainable marketing for your company. With the world in the midst of a climate emergency, we often look to the actions of businesses. What are modern companies doing to combat the problems facing our people and planet? That answer is usually ‘not enough’. So for responsible owners and decision […]

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Why language is so key to sustainability

It might not seem important, but how we talk about the environment could make all the difference. When you’re reading our blog posts, you might notice we don’t tend to use the term ‘climate change’. That’s a deliberate decision. Along with numerous other organisations, including the Guardian, we’ve made a stand not to underplay the […]

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How Cornwall is leading the fightback against climate breakdown

The planet is facing catastrophic climate breakdown. Can this South West county make a genuine difference? Climate catastrophe is the number one issue facing our planet today. It encompasses everything from resource usage to natural disasters, and even war and poverty. It’s clear that widespread change is a must. So the question is: can smaller […]

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One million species are at risk, so what can we do?

The IPBES report shows the extent of our climate emergency. How can you and I make a difference? Earlier this month, a landmark report stated that around one million plant and animal species are at risk of extinction due to human activity. The report by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) […]

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UK climate emergency: What is it and will it help?

UK climate emergency: What is it and will it help? The UK parliament has approved a motion to declare a climate emergency. What does that really mean, and what good will it do? Despite the constant fog of Brexit hanging over the country, a glimmer of hope has appeared. In the UK, MPs passed a […]

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What Greta Thunberg can teach us all about sustainability

The 16-year-old is showing the world what needs to be done. But are we listening? In the past few months, a new voice in the climate movement has appeared. Greta Thunberg, a 16-year-old Swedish activist, is leading the way for her generation. She is a figurehead of the School strike for climate movement and has […]

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Extinction Rebellion protests: Inconvenience is a small price to pay

Extinction Rebellion protests: Inconvenience is a small price to pay The latest climate catastrophe protests drew criticism as they brought cities to a standstill. Here’s why it was worth it. If you live in London, Paris or New York, you might be used to protests by now. The past decades have been increasingly turbulent, with […]

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