It’s proven. Guilt doesn’t work! 

“Pride, Not Guilt Biggest Driver of Pro-Environmental Actions”

Just as I suspected. Finally the researchers have caught up with me. People respond better to pride than guilt. Guilt only works when you know your headmaster/ parents/ police force is standing behind the door keeping an eye on you.

Local Brighton cafe leads the way

Starting at home: local Brighton library cafe Temptation now offers its customers a free coffee if they buy an organic bamboo fibre cup, and double loyalty stamps if they bring their own cup.

Manager Nathan Bayliss finds customers want to change their habits.  Continue reading “It’s proven. Guilt doesn’t work! “

8 Great eco-blogs too good to miss

Today I’ve decided to do a round-up of some eco-blogs I love the look of, and a few I just couldn’t leave out.

  1. treading my own path

    Treading my own path – names like this appeal to me. Various great ideas from Perth, Australia. I liked the look of this one:


2. The zero-waste chef We all love food. He’s just blogged on how to make your own tahini, mind you I didn’t know tahini was still ‘in’. Beautiful photos alone worth a look. Here’s an intriguing one: Continue reading “8 Great eco-blogs too good to miss”