“In this year’s on-line Orkney International Science Festival there are a number of events about how to make imaginative use of things we find on the beach – shore-line Wombling, if you like!”
“We still need to pay attention to what is happening to the natural world, to our planet – the basic – planet.”
Currently over 80% of the ecological costs of a product are determined before it is even created.
“My husband, Mike, was walking by the bay, when he found this on the rocks at the top of the shore…”
The Greener Orkney first event of 2020 an Eco Pop Up Market at the King Street Halls on the 28th March from 10 up to 1pm has been postponed to a later date.
All this week – 7th – 15th of March, Scotland is being urged to celebrate re-using with Pass It On Week. This year’s theme is to pass on Toys.
Here’s an interesting re-using and recycling of an object in Orkney.
So many good things in one object!
There is a continued increase in recycling rates, particularly for high impact waste materials
You might be wondering what this picture is about?