- @m_sahakian @ENERGISEproject @IRS_SDS @unige_ise @esaRN5_soccons Looks brilliant - looking forward to reading :) 3 weeks ago
- Please forward to promising masters students with strong quant analysis (must be UK residents) @AndersRhiger… https://t.co/ReNbf7fye8 3 weeks ago
- PhD opportunity: small households’ environmental impact https://t.co/yPbu41Pb6N 3 weeks ago
- @theandrewglover Looks amazing! 3 weeks ago
- RT @diana_nbd: We wrote a commentary about the rising trend of solo living, its environmental impacts and policy implications. In… https://t.co/oCUo330RjS 3 weeks ago
- Thanks to my @MSCActions postdoc :) 3 weeks ago
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- En halstvätthistoria av Annika Rullgård
- Response to my research
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- Climate smart in the 50s
- Blog Post on Extinction Rebellion for LUCSUS
- Response and Responsibility
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Tag Archives: consumerism
Here is a brilliant video from Greennovate, a non-profit sustainability consultancy and education initiative, highlighting not only what the issues are with the electronics industry, but how we can help catalyse the process for positive change. Go to their page … Continue reading
I feel like my last post left something unresolved, what to do when you become more aware of consumerism? I really don’t know the answer to that, but buying best quality ‘wants’ and secondhand ‘needs’ seems to work in a … Continue reading
One of my friends suggested the the couple in my past post were just ignorant, which is a valid reaction. I have definitely been swept away in the excitement of buying cheap socks or earphones, and would prefer to think … Continue reading
These people are on all the bus stop signs in Brisbane and Melbourne at the moment and since my last post on Nerida’s concern about the true cost of cheap fashion, I feel like these guys are blatantly screaming “Look … Continue reading
Latest fashion column in The Melbourne Review looking at luxury, modern consumption and the shift towards Alternative Hedonism.