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‘Tis the season to look after our resources

We’re heading into the most wonderful time of the year but, unfortunately, it’s also the most wasteful time of year. Here in the UK we will throw away 54 million platefuls of food during December and buy eight million real Christmas trees. But what happens to them in January when the pine needles are...

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What will happen to our environmental legislation?

As a country, we are going through a large period of change – I’m sure you’ll have noticed the political headlines flip flopping between Brexit and the environmental campaigns championed by Greta Thunberg and the Extinction Rebellion....

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Burning passions

There’s a passion burning through the world at the moment – open any newspaper or social platform and you can’t miss it. Children with signs and angry faces, spearheaded by the force that is Greta Thunberg....

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A resolution for my kids

The power children have is all over the press lately and interestingly how they are bringing their influence to bear on their parents: rallying their elders to join #fridaysforthefuture strikes, convincing them to donate their election vote....

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Can conscious capitalism heal the planet?

Here at Earthworm, we have seen over the years the failure of capitalism under current economic thinking....

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Breaking new ground

It’s been a hectic run to the end of the tax year. But we got there having raised £17m of new EIS funding putting us as one of the best supported EIS funds in the market. ...

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Wake up! The doors are closing

The UK’s waste problems are not about Brexit; this is a global problem affecting land use, oceans, health and livelihoods. Yes we do face uncertainty on our waste recycling post Brexit, but supply and demand is changing all over the world....

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International Women’s Day

Now, we couldn’t let International Women’s Day pass without highlighting the greats. Because here at Earthworm, we want to champion those that are paving the path for the future of sustainable, ethical projects around the world....

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Garbage Patch Kids

You may have read about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. It’s a mass of plastic which has gravitated towards a location between Hawaii and California....

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Climate change anxiety and what to do about it

Most of us accept that parts of our everyday lives have a negative impact on the world we live in. ...

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