Thursday afternoon links

If you haven’t seen Annie Leonard’s brilliant film, the Story of Stuff, treat yourself.  Make a nice cup of tea, find a comfy chair, sit back and enjoy.  It is 20 minutes long, so you’ll need that cup of tea, but worth every second.  A brilliant explanation of why sustainability matters.  If you’re in the UK, it’s probably raining, so what better way to spend your afternoon?

If you’re into green buildings, this one is awesome.  Proof that size doesn’t matter – it is possible to build sustainability into a 200,000 square foot colossus.

Finally, some beautiful photographs of Ecuadorian hummingbirds, and:

Coop of the week! Michael Thompson’s amazing project to convert a 1970 Morris Traveller into to a hen house for four ex-battery chickens in the heart of the Norfolk broads.

Wonder product of the week! Footprint multi-pack reusable shopping bags.  I bought a four-pack of these a month ago and use them all the time.  Genius.

Author: Rachel Wheeley

Comedian, podcaster, based in London, UK

2 thoughts on “Thursday afternoon links”

  1. My foot print bags have arrived and are fab! not sure j was quite so excited but I am. Ed aged 23 days post bath now on wall! brill pic x x x x

  2. footprint bags – i think i want some of those – fed up with trying to fit 7 large bags in the larder at the end of the shopping trip, also once you hang 7 canvas/jute bags on the trolley you almost can’t reach the handle! now to convince nige he needs to order the 8pack for me….

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