Category: green

A Plastic Ocean Documentary Film Review

Recent reports suggest there are more pieces of plastic in the world’s oceans than fish. That’s because large pieces of plastic waste debris from fishing, beaches, rivers & shipping break-up rather than break-down in the natural environment. Simply speaking one piece of plastic can…

This Changes Everything – Green Screen Solar Cinema Review

Shelley Theatre view from Projection Room

On Thursday 9th June 160 activists, audience and crew, gathered together at Shelley Theatre in Bournemouth for the second Green Screen Solar Cinema. Green Screen is more than just a movie, it’s a social and networking event for anyone interested in the environmental movement….

Ecotainment! Brings the Fun-shine and Bubbles to Growhampton’s Edible-Campus

I just returned from a rather wet but far from miserable day at an ethical student eatery in London called the Hive Cafe. It was their first birthday party and although it rained for the duration a thoroughly good time was had by all!…