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Carnival of the Green #216

Carnival of the Green #216

Top of the morning to all, and welcome to the #216th Carnival of the green. First of all, a big thanks to Marie at Project Earth Blog for their fantastic green round-up at last...

Fair Trade – A Word of the Decade

Fair Trade – A Word of the Decade

As we draw towards the end of 2009, it’s only natural that people start to look back on the year that’s past as well as to what’s ahead. Here at EthicalSuperstore we were absolutely...

Carnival of the Green #180

Carnival of the Green #180

Morning all, and welcome to this week’s Carnival of the Green. It’s just after 11.30am here in blustery Gateshead, so grab yourself a nice cup of tea, sit back and absorb the best green...

Shop online to save the planet…

Shop online to save the planet…

At a time when green buzz-words such as ‘food miles’, ‘shop local’ and ‘slow fashion’ are being bandied about by just about everyone with any kind of environmental conscience, doing your shopping online may...

The Perfect Ethical Gift Wrap

The Perfect Ethical Gift Wrap

A while ago I was given the task of developing our Christmas Gift Wrap. I instantly thought old fashioned brown paper and natural wrapping, Something nice on the eye, something that would look beautiful...

Beetroot Juice and Blood Pressure

Beetroot Juice and Blood Pressure

When approached by a team of professors heralding the benefits of his beetroot juice, Lawrence Mallinson from James White Drinks was skeptical. However, his drink could be just what is needed to offer a...

Green News Roundup September 2008

Green News Roundup September 2008

Green news we loved: In case you missed them first time around, here’s our September round up of the most talked about, most innovative solutions or simply the most spectacular green news to hit...

Ethical Superstore meets Sophie Grigson

Ethical Superstore meets Sophie Grigson

As part of our Organic Fortnight Special (6-21 September), Sophie Grigson talks to Ethical Superstore about her solution to cooking organically in times of the credit-crunch, why she loves Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and her long-term...

Organic Fortnight with Patrick Holden

Organic Fortnight with Patrick Holden

To big up this year’s Organic Fortnight (6-21 September), Director of the Soil Association, Patrick Holden, talks to Ethical Superstore about Prince Charles, “the Lidl effect” and whether Britain can go ‘organic only’. Prince...

Last minute summer eco reads

Last minute summer eco reads

Ethical Superstore presents this exclusive book extract of the new, and hilarious true tale of one man’s journey from self-confessed planet-killing lad to eco-friendly, green-crusader There’s A Hippo In My Cistern. Caught between his...