Our team will be at Brighton Fringe this weekend – and we’ll even be powering the Fringe City stage with 100% green energy from the wind and the sun.
Britain’s greenest energy company, Ecotricity, will talk about renewables, bees and saving the planet at the Festival of Nature in Bristol this summer.
The amazing WOMAD festival returns this year to Charlton Park in Malmesbury (26 - 29 July). It’s one of the most mind-blowing festivals you’ll ever go to – nowhere else will you see musicians from Belgium to Brazil and a host of countries in between. It really is like travelling around the world in music.
Britain’s greenest energy company, Ecotricity, will host a Q&A on Brexit and refugees with senior members of the Green Party at WOMAD Festival this summer.
The fashion industry is known for being pretty heavy handed with its use of resources, and it contributes heavily to climate change. In fact, it’s the second dirtiest industry on the planet after oil.