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Is Aquaponics the future of farming?

Helen Dewhurst August 28, 2018

Aquaponics is (almost) a closed loop, soil-less farming method that can be done anywhere, all year round, producing both plants and fish. The system recirculates water and nutrients, making it about 90% more water efficient.  Read More >

1% for the Planet

Plum Turner April 09, 2018

We are really excited to join just a handful of UK companies that are members of the global 1% for the Planet network. Read More >

Introducing Two Degrees

Plum Turner March 08, 2018

We have taken our name from the worldwide commitment to limit the global temperature rise to 2°C above pre-industrial levels. This commitment neatly sums up the sort of company we are trying to be. Not perfect, but just better. Read More >

Unnatural phenomena: Three weird things that shouldn’t be happening right now...

Plum Turner February 12, 2018

As we all know, the world is pretty weird right now – American politics, North Korea, climate change, fast fashion, landfill waste… The list goes on. But here are three important unnatural phenomenons that have managed to largely slip under the radar… Read More >

Beehives, Lionfish & Old Mobile Phones. Three incredible innovations that are changing conservation for the better.

Luke Gibson December 15, 2017

Conservation is important but can sometimes be a bit, well…boring. Poaching legislation, environmental regulation, political lobbying, green belts, planting trees, using less water, beach clean-ups… Read More >