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43 RESULTS IN TAG "Epigreen Week":

Maintaining a sustainable wardrobe without sacrificing your style

Second year English Literature student Jessica Smith gives the Style section her top tips on maintaining a sustainable wardrobe. Think
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From football clubs to food bloggers: Does veganism complement athleticism?

Ben McCall-Myers examines Forest Green Rovers, the first 'vegan football club', as well as the blog of Bristol alumni, Flora
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The ethics of fashion

'While a £3 t-shirt from Primark may seem like a bargain to many western consumers, cheap clothing tends to mean
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A response to George Monbiot

Henry Edwards responds to an article by prominent journalist, George Monbiot, entitled 'How sport is killing the planet'. Sport is
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Divest! Divest now! An interview with UoB's Fossil Free Society

Features Editor Ellen Jones talks to Papatya O'Reilly, President of the the university's Fossil Free Society after their success in campaigning for divestment
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Being an environmentalist means not taking recreational drugs

Daniel Burkitt argues students are hypocrites if they claim to support environmental causes whilst taking recreational drugs.
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'The House of Small Cubes' - a short, silent reminder that regardless of rising rivers, home is home

This animated short makes up in emotion what it lacks in dialogue, touching beautifully and silently on the harrowing effects
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Waste not want not: is Bin Diving the answer to waste?

Bin diving is most common in pro-green groups to reduce their ecological footprint, as well as with anti-capitalists who take up the activity in protest against the modern day ‘throw-away’ approach of consumer culture
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