The Daisy Green Magazine girls have been described as a cross between Sex In the City and The Good Life. Their aim is to act as role models for those people who wish to live a more sustainable life, but without preaching.
YGMG5 is a real inspiration, run by the V&A and the British Museum, amongst others. They offer a training and mentoring program to students in their last two years at school taking them behind the sceens of the most famous galleries and museums in the UK, and letting them work in various different environments, to get a feel of how these wonderful institutions work.
PTV went to City hall to interview Boris! They got to see Eco Scooters, and Cars of every shape and size and chatted to Quentin Wilson who helps organise the race and many others.
PTV got a look around Garden Organics wonderful gardens near Coventry. They are celebrating 50 years of being an organic gardening charity.
John Lui and his Earth’s Hope project study the restoration of damaged eco-systems. This film shows the truly great results achieved at the Loess Plateau in China.
PTV have a look at Oxfam and their London boutiques.
A visit to architect Richard Hawkes’ stunning Eco House! Hawkes incorporates the flowing of time and the changing of the seasons into a living design.
Positive TV reports from Daisy Green magazines Ethical Extravaganza at Newcastle University’s student union. The event offered clothes recycling, bring in a bag of unwanted clothes to swap for people clothes of the same dress size. What could be better, free, ethical and fun!