Results tagged “green living”

By Andrew Williams


As the four-day weekend looms, we can look forward to the three inescapable truths of Easter. First, the good weather will grind to a halt.

Second, the TV will be terrible. And third, we will be inundated with articles about packaging, specifically how much plastic and card goes to protect our precious chocolate Easter eggs.

By Andrew Williams


It's been a busy few weeks as we prepare for one our biggest events of the year - The Guardian Open Weekend.

There is a strong environmental strand and one of the key debates looks at whether a Thames Estuary airport is a realistic solution to the UK's transport congestion.

By Andrew Williams


Last week we celebrated International Women's Day and this week it is Mothering Sunday.

Both are powerful reminders not just of the positive role that women play in today's society, but also of the road we still have to travel for women across the globe to gain equality and respect.

By Andrew Williams

The UK's events industry descended on east London this week with the annual Confex show held at Excel.

I apologise if your daily DLR ride has been interrupted by excitable venue representatives and groups of eager young team builders.

By Andrew Williams


It seems unbelievable that we're already into March.

The brief glimpses of snow now seem like a long lost memory, and the recent spring weather has prompted an unexpected outbreak of light jackets and daring glimpses of T-shirt. Some have even taken to sporting shorts in public again.