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  • Bioregional collaborates to help ensure a sustainable, profitable future for Oxfordshire
    Bioregional has signed up to work with partners on a pioneering three-year project to nurture and grow the low-carbon economy across Oxfordshire, to build new business models for local green energy generation and for energy-saving services – to help ensure a sustainable, profitable future for the county. Bioregional is taking part in an ambitious three-year […] The post Bioregional collaborates to...
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  • Zero waste week 2017: Our zero-waste survival kit
    It’s Zero Waste Week 2017, so Emmelie Brownlee shares the five things any waste-free winner will need to get started on their journey It feels like zero waste is having a ‘moment’. From zero-waste supermarkets and the ‘No straw please’ campaign to London’s Borough Market phasing out plastic water bottles, our ‘take, make, waste’ culture […] The post Zero waste week 2017: Our zero-waste survival ki...
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  • Lessons from South Africa: One Planet Living on a budget
    A classroom refurbishment project in Durban, South Africa had a tight budget and sustainability ambitions – could it meet both? Sarah Alsen, our Bioregional South Africa representative, shares how creativity was essential  “Is One Planet Living something you can achieve on a budget?” is a question we are often asked. And yes, we believe you […] The post Lessons from South Africa: One Planet Living...
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  • My first month at Bioregional
    Jonny Wilkinson joined Bioregional from South Africa and is the latest addition to our comms team. Here he talks about the first month in his new role. When I made the decision last year to move back to the UK, my heart was set on working in sustainability. With no experience and barely any knowledge […] The post My first month at Bioregional appeared first on Bioregional.
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  • Implementing the circular economy in your business
    Over the last few months, Bioregional’s circular experts have been putting together a series of blogs to help businesses with implementing the circular economy. We’ve shared them here, all in one handy place Five key circular economy questions answered Hearing a lot about the circular economy but unsure what it could actually mean for your […] The post Implementing the circular economy in your bus...
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  • Plastic-free July: can life without plastic be a reality?
    Never one to shy away from a challenge, Matt Wood embarked on a month of no single-use plastic.  We asked him to share his thoughts now it’s over [Ed: I’d like it to be noted he’s mostly been complaining about finding cheese] I don’t usually do the popular monthly challenges, like Movember, Veganuary or Stoptober […] The post Plastic-free July: can life without plastic be a reality? appeared first...
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  • One Planet Champion – Mark Taylor, Josh Byrne & Associates
    Mark Taylor is from Josh Byrne & Associates – the landscape architecture firm for WGV at White Gum Valley, a One Planet Community in Western Australia. But his passion for sustainability doesn’t stop at work, so we asked him about how One Planet Living can influence personal choices too How did you first come across One Planet […] The post One Planet Champion – Mark Taylor, Josh Byrne & Associates...
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  • Sustainable fit-out at Nando’s new restaurant is a recipe for success
    Nando’s has been awarded a SKA Gold Rating for its new ‘next-generation’ restaurant in Cambridge. Project Manager Anthony Probert shares how the key ingredients were hard work, effective collaboration and a commitment to sustainability In summer 2015, a team from Nando’s came to visit us at our Brighton office. They had a vision: to build […] The post Sustainable fit-out at Nando’s new restaurant ...
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  • Q&A with Pooran Desai on sustainability in Russia
    In early July Bioregional co-founder Pooran Desai was in Tarusa, near Moscow, at the EcoTektonika festival. There he shared learning with architects, engineers and activists on how to implement sustainability Tarusa’s most famous historical resident, writer Konstantin Paustovsky (1892-1968) said: ‘It’s necessary to apply our common effort to protect Nature from devastation and disfigurement. The [...
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  • Jonny Wilkinson
    Jonny joined Bioregional from South Africa, where he worked for education NGO The Bookery as its Fundraising and Communications Officer. He was previously at the advertising agency Old Friends Young Talent as an account executive. He has a BSocSc degree in Politics and Philosophy and an Honours in History from the University of Cape Town, […] The post Jonny Wilkinson appeared first on Bioregional.
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  • It’s about the journey: creating One Planet Living in rural Tanzania
    Implementing sustainable change is hard even when you do have the resources and infrastructure – but what about when you don’t? To celebrate the launch of its One Planet Annual Review 2016/17 Beverly Burden, Sustainability and Communications at Singita Serengeti, reflects on the successes and challenges of its journey so far Singita Serengeti is a […] The post It’s about the journey: creating One ...
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  • Silence is not golden: we will miss nature’s noise when it’s gone
    As scientists announce that Earth’s sixth mass extinction is already underway, Ben Gill reflects on why we should take a moment to stop and listen to the planet Last year I moved from Greece to a small village in France near Geneva and, while I miss many things about Greece, I don’t miss the noise. […] The post Silence is not golden: we will miss nature’s noise when it’s gone appeared first on Bio...
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  • Matt Costain
    Matt joins Bioregional with over two years’ experience as an environmental consultant at Capita Real Estate & Infrastructure. During his time at Capita, he played a crucial role in a number of projects. This included managing the environmental consents for the River Thames Scheme, the largest area of developed floodplain in England without flood defences. […] The post Matt Costain appeared first o...
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  • Marina Goodyear
    Prior to joining Bioregional, Marina worked on putting together a large-scale, GCRF-funded research proposal on urban inequalities for her alma mater UCL. She was also involved in a project which assessed the livelihoods programs of an international volunteering organisation. In September 2016, Marina gained a distinction in her MSc in Environment & Sustainable Development at […] The post Marina G...
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  • Kat Lund-Yates
    Kat built her knowledge of grant applications and management while working for a small radar manufacturing company in Oxfordshire. Having secured and managed several government-funded projects, she chose to redirect her skills to a cause much closer to her heart – living within the means of our one planet. While studying for her BA(Hons) in […] The post Kat Lund-Yates appeared first on Bioregional...
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  • From smoking to seatbelts: why behaviour change is possible
    When you’re in the throes of trying to drive sustainable change, it can feel like a hopeless cause. Anthony Probert explains why a ten-minute talk this week made him feel more positive about creating sustainable lifestyles Yesterday afternoon I was at ‘Sustainable Lifestyles, Livelihoods and Circular Economy’ conference at the University of Sussex. One 10-minute […] The post From smoking to seatbe...
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  • Sustainable companies create greener cities – One Planet Living in Birmingham
    On 22 June 2017, we joined forces with Cundall in Birmingham to introduce One Planet Living to local businesses as a useful sustainability framework – and asked them to think about the role of companies in creating happier, healthier cities. We were delighted to visit Cundall’s Birmingham office last week for the first of our […] The post Sustainable companies create greener cities – One Planet Li...
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  • One Planet Living Roadshow promotes business-friendly sustainability framework
    Beginning in Birmingham last week, our One Planet Living Roadshow will be touring the UK with a series of events aimed at introducing local businesses to a simple framework to help them put sustainable working at the heart of their organisations. Hosted by multidisciplinary engineering consultancy Cundall, the Birmingham Roadshow featured an introduction to One […] The post One Planet Living Roads...
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  • One Planet Goals and Guidance for Communities 2017
    This document is for anyone who wants to build or transform a real estate development or tourism destination into a truly sustainable one. You may be a landowner, developer, public body, architect, engineer or community group. It describes the process for co-creating a One Planet Action Plan with your stakeholders. It also tells you where […] The post One Planet Goals and Guidance for Communities ...
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  • One Planet Goals and Guidance for Companies and Organisations 2017
    This document is for any company or organisation (including local governments) that wants to design or transform its customer offer, operations and supply chain, so that it becomes truly sustainable. You may be a small company, a multinational, a non-profit or public sector organisation. It shows you how One Planet Living can provide a framework […] The post One Planet Goals and Guidance for Compa...
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  • One Planet Goals and Guidance for Schools 2017
    This document is for students, teachers or parents wanting to build or transform a school community into a truly sustainable one. It describes the process for co-creating a One Planet Action Plan in a way that involves the whole community.  It lays out the ten One Planet Principles and provides detail on the One Planet […] The post One Planet Goals and Guidance for Schools 2017 appeared first on B...
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  • Singita’s dedication to zero waste is supporting its local communities
    The ten principles of One Planet Living are designed to structure holistic action for sustainability and many of them complement one another. Andrea Ferry, Sustainability Coordinator at Singita, shares how the conservation company is bringing together zero waste with equity and the local economy. Singita manages over a million acres of land in Africa, with […] The post Singita’s dedication to zero...
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  • Bioregional appoints Satellite MPR as PR partner
    We have selected Satellite MPR as PR partner to support our One Planet initiative across a number of campaigns including the roll out of our new digital sustainability platform: oneplanet.net Sue Riddlestone OBE, co-founder and CEO of Bioregional said: “Sustainability is still seen by most as tedious and mystifying – a matter for ‘experts’. Our One […] The post Bioregional appoints Satellite MPR a...
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  • Why Brand Trump could prove a great unifier for climate change
    President Trump is bad news for the fight against climate change. Or is he? Our CEO and co-founder Sue Riddlestone OBE shares why he may end up helping a cause he wanted to hinder.  I’m hopeful that President Trump’s much-anticipated decision to pull the USA out of the Paris Accord on climate change will come […] The post Why Brand Trump could prove a great unifier for climate change appeared firs...
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  • Building energy efficient homes: 10 ways to smash the energy performance gap
    After four years in a hard hat and high-vis jacket on a major construction project, our resident ‘performance gap guru’ Douglas Drewniak shares his ten top tips on closing the gap between building design and performance. The ‘energy performance gap’ – the gap between the energy efficiency levels new homes are designed to achieve, and […] The post Building energy efficient homes: 10 ways to smash t...
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  • IMAGINE by Sercib
    Designed to provide a working environment that’s pleasant for occupants and operates within the limits of our planet, IMAGINE is a 13,000m2 office building in the vibrant area of Versailles, Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (Paris, France). Connecting human wellbeing with building sustainability is the common thread throughout the design of IMAGINE. It has been developed by Sercib, a […] The post IMAGINE...

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