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Pee Power at Glastonbury Festival 2017

PEE POWER® has been given a prime location at Glastonbury Festival just a few hundred metres from the Pyramid stage to showcase turning urine into electricity. Developed by scientists at the Bristol Bioenergy Centre (BBiC) in the Bristol Robotics Laboratory at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol), Pee Power has been shown to be capable of powering lights and charging mobile phones. This year the urinal, which is the closest to the Pyramid stage at this years’ festival, will for the first time power up displays giving information and festival updates. Continue reading “Pee Power at Glastonbury Festival 2017”

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Family Friendly Festivals for the Eco Warrior (2017)

The three best eco-friendly festivals for families in 2017.

Festival season is already upon us and already I am looking forward to the sun, the music, the outdoors and most importantly, the inspiration. These three festivals have a strong eco-friendly ethos while staying inclusive to all ages. If you want to take your children to a festival this year, make it one of these. These are the eco-friendly festivals to watch this year. Continue reading “Family Friendly Festivals for the Eco Warrior (2017)”

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14 Ways You Can Fight Climate Change Without Waiting For Your Government To Do Something.

Climate change is one of the gravest threats our world faces today. After recent reports that the carbon in our Earth’s atmosphere has reached the highest level in human history, you’d expect an uproar from those who are in power, right? Except, there wasn’t one. Relying on our current governments to take action is not getting us anywhere. And yet, we needn’t feel completely powerless. There is a lot we can do to reduce our own impact on our planet. If enough of us lead by example, we can hope our governments will get the message. Continue reading “14 Ways You Can Fight Climate Change Without Waiting For Your Government To Do Something.”