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Schools Go Green

Thursday, 21 September 2017 14:34:56 Europe/London

Teaching children about the importance of the environment should start in schools, especially if they are currently learning in an environmentally friendly school.   Howe Dell Primary school is one of the most eco-friendly schools in the world, the desks are made from recycled drainpipes, sink tops are recycled yogurt pots and the toilets are flushed with recycled rainwater.  

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Posted By Jon

Green Celebrity Facts - Cameron Diaz

Wednesday, 16 August 2017 12:24:37 Europe/London

Cameron Diaz is one of the most recognisable actresses in the world, but did you know some of these facts relating to her and the environment.  It all started when she attended  environmental training ran by ex-US Vice President Al Gore.

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Posted in Green Celebrities By Michelle

Clean Energy Focus: Solar Power

Friday, 11 August 2017 09:40:59 Europe/London

What is solar power?  Solar power is a clean energy source compared to fossil fuels because it does not give off any harmful toxins or carbon dioxide.  Solar panels are becoming more and more common on residential buildings because the cells convert light energy directly into electrical energy.

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Posted in Clean Energy Focus By Adam

Green Celebrities - Richard Branson

Friday, 7 July 2017 16:00:00 Europe/London

Richard Branson is the founder of Virgin, one of the most recognisable brands in the world, with over 200 companies under the Virgin umbrella, Richard Branson has become very aware of the possible impact on the environment that these may have.Read More
Posted in Green Celebrities By Michelle

Green Celebrities - Sting

Friday, 30 June 2017 10:00:00 Europe/London

Despite coming from a humble background, Sting has amassed a fortune of around $150 million, but he is not the type of person to sit around and do nothing, in partnership with his wife he started the Rainforest Foundation which is now split into 4 different organisations.  

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Posted in Green Celebrities By jon davis

Green Celebrities - Harrison Ford

Friday, 23 June 2017 10:00:00 Europe/London

Harrison Ford is passionate about environmental causes, he purchased an 800 acre ranch in Wyoming and then donated almost half to a local land trust.  He also is involved with organisations such as Riverkeeper and Come Fly With Me, his dedication has not been ignored and has won awards for his efforts.

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Posted in Green Celebrities By Michelle Williams

Green Celebrities - Brad Pitt

Friday, 16 June 2017 14:00:00 Europe/London

Brad Pitt is quite well known for all of his charity work, and he has a fair repertoire of organisations which he has funded.  One of the most well known is the organisation him and his then wife set up called the Jolie-Pitt Foundation which helped with displaced Pakistani refugees and this is just one that he supports. 

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Posted in Green Celebrities By Michelle Williams

Green Celebrities - Sir Paul McCartney

Friday, 26 May 2017 13:01:00 Europe/London

Sir Paul McCartney is best known for his contribution to music, but he goes a long way past that to help with environmental issues.  Sir Paul has hosted the PETA's Party of the century gala in honour of his late wife and for others who carried on her work to protect animals, performed on Band Aid and look part in Live Aid to help raise money for Africa, among other things.  

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Posted in Green Celebrities By Adam Watts

Green Celebrities - Pierce Brosnan

Friday, 19 May 2017 14:00:00 Europe/London

When you think of Pierce Brosnan, you would instantly think of James Bond, but would you associate him with being a dedicated environmentalist?  He has been awarded an Environmental Leadership Award from a former Russian Leader and donated the funds he received for the magazine photo shoot to help a school in Tibet build classrooms.  Our new series features a different celebrity and their green efforts.

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Posted in Green Celebrities By jon davis

Green Champions - McDonalds

Friday, 12 May 2017 11:00:00 Europe/London

McDonalds' golden arches are iconic around the world and serve billions of customers each year, so there is no surprise that along with cigarette butts fast food wrappers contribute to a vast amount of litter, McDonalds have recognised the problem and strive to help anywhere they can, for example they complete a litter pick daily around their area as well as join in and organise community clean up events.

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Posted in Green Champions By jon davis

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