The Autumn edition of National Geographic Green magazine hits doormats over the next week or so. In it, pp. 34 – 41, I explore the truths behind natural fibres in fashion and whether their synthetic counterparts are the devil incarnate as many presume. Is that corn you’re wearing?
‘Time to reflect’ and ‘bat chat’ – I look at two new artistic comings-together of culture and ecology. The results are stunning. Time to reflect and bat chat, March 2010, National Geographic Green
Issue 1 of National Geographic’s new eco magazine, Green, was packed full of goodness. I looked at ways to save cash and polish the eco halo… We’re not saying you should, but you could, Dec 2009, National Geographic Green
Stop press! The neo-natal National Geographic Green is fresh and ready to go and will be debuting this December. UK subscribers (all 250,000 of them!) to the National Geographic will be sent a copy of Green automatically – enjoy news, reviews and all sorts of ethically-minded features from a team led by none other than … Continue reading