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Terra Neutra Podcasts

June 19, 2020

We are very excited to be launching a new podcast series focusing on carbon emissions - no surprise there! We'll be interviewing people who we believe have an interesting and valuable perspective on the topic and we hope that you'll think so too. For the tecchies amongst you, We're using Zoom to record our interview, and then publishing the audio version via SoundCloud here on 

Sustainability in Architecture
We're rejoined by Angus Morrogh-Ryan founder of De Matos Ryan, talking about the role architecture and building design has to play in reducing emissions. Part 3 in this series looks to the future and what we have to do to meet the challenge of climate change.

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Charlotte on a bus shelter
It's Volunteers Week

June 09, 2021

This week I was surprised to see myself staring out from a bus shelter advert. I was surprised because they were in a hurry and forgot to ask me first! Anyway, the reason I was there is because I am an environmental champion for the London Borough of Hounslow. 

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Trees in the mist
Our Sustainability

May 24, 2021

Being sustainable does not have to mean completely changing our life. It does not mean that we must live a completely zero waste life, never buy new, and go vegan. If we can do these things then that is amazing. But often, we just simply aren’t able to do everything.

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Eating Sustainably: Recipes & Slow Cooking
Eating Sustainably: Recipes & Slow Cooking

May 07, 2021

Slow cooking is cooking in a way that reflects the slow living mindset: it is cooking in a way that is mindful of the planet and sustainability. It is a practise that connects us with ourselves, our family, our local area, and the natural world around us. It is creating something from scratch and viewing it as a hobby rather than as a repetitive, time-consuming task. 

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