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The agreement was reached between every country in the world at COP21, the 21st annual Conference of Parties. Representatives from every nation met to try and establish a new, eco-friendly framework of regulations which aim to combat climate change and protect our environment – in every part of the world. Continue reading
We encourage people enjoying our luxurious glamping holidays to ‘leave no trace’ – just as Michael Eavis does at Worthy Farm each time Glastonbury Festival rolls around.
But even making sure to leave no waste behind you isn’t the greenest way to exist. In fact, it’s actually greener to leave some trace, as long as that trace is signs you’ve been foraging. Continue reading
Studies have suggested that the way in which we choose to live our lives, exercise and diet for example, can bear a significant impact on how we age. But research has indicated that it’s not just the things we do to help us age well that we should pay close attention to, but also the things we avoid.
HABA HABA, which translates to little by little, is a fantastic kickstarter scheme we recently discovered through a friend of ours in Kenya. Essentially, the crowdfunding platform aims to provide high quality, wooden belts produced in Kenya, which bring a sense of empowerment to local youths. We wanted to share their story and how they are helping a country close to the hearts of many.
The world-renowned designer Vivienne Westwood is not unfamiliar with making her feelings known when it comes to matters eco-orientated. Now, just a number of weeks since her last political protest whereby she showed her support for junior doctors, Westwood and husband Andreas Kronthaler have featured in a short film supporting the End Ecocide on Earth campaign.
Glamping, whether it be yurt holidays, treehouse adventures or hideaway hut vacations, offers more than just a unique and memorable holiday opportunity. Going on a holiday of this kind can help you find that inner confidence you never knew you had.
Let’s take a look at five ways in which glamping can make your life even better….
The business connected with Animal Planet’s Treehouse Masters, a TV programme in the United States, has been fined $5,000 (£3295.47) for constructing a tree house in Oregon, North West America, without a contractor’s license.
Following on from evidence that bluestones had been quarried in Wales some 500 years prior to being erected in the Wiltshire heritage site there is fresh news that prompts the notion that Stonehenge could be in its secondary ‘home’.