The world’s first ocean cleanup system has launched

The Ocean Cleanup, the Dutch non-profit organization developing advanced technologies to rid the oceans of plastic, launched the world’s first ocean cleanup system from the San Francisco Bay. The cleanup system (“System 001”) is heading to a location 240 nautical miles offshore for a two-week trial before continuing its journey […]


Maribou State announce ‘Nervous Tics’ featuring Holly Walker

Premiered last night by Annie Mac on her BBC Radio 1 show, ‘Nervous Tics’ encapsulates the panoramic nature of the band’s second full-length. Written over a number of writing and recording sessions in Berlin, Beijing, Hertfordshire, The Cotswolds and London, it features a field recording running throughout the track of […]


adidas launch power of nature clothing collection featuring eco-innovative fabrics

adidas by Stella McCartney launches into the Fall/Winter 2018 season with a collection channelling the power of nature. With animal-inspired pieces designed to equip female athletes whatever the weather, the accompanying message serves as a reminder that everyone can do their bit to protect the world around them. Taking this […]


4ocean prepare to pull their 1 millionth pound of trash from the ocean

Ocean cleanup company 4ocean, will pull their one-millionth pound of trash on July 20, 2018. This comes less than two years after the company was founded in January 2017. To date, 4ocean’s cleanup efforts have been funded entirely by the sale of their bracelets, which are made with post-consumer recycled […]


Listen to Maribou State ‘Feel Good’ featuring Khruangbin

Maribou State announce their new album Kingdoms In Colour, released 7 September via Ninja Tune’s Counter Records imprint, their first full-length since 2015’s breakthrough debut album Portraits. The record features new single ‘Feel Good’ – a collaboration born of their friendship with Houston-based trio Khruangbin and a shared love of […]


Maribou State return with first new track since 2015

Today Maribou State release their first new music since 2015’s breakthrough album Portraits. The British duo – Liam Ivory and Chris Davids – are fresh from an extended studio hibernation and will take their new live show to a string of summer festivals including a headline set at Sonar 2018, […]


1.8 trillion pieces of plastic found in one patch of ocean

New analysis reveals the region contains as much as sixteen times more plastic than previously estimated, with pollution levels increasing exponentially. 1.8 trillion pieces of plastic weighing 80,000 metric tons are currently afloat in an area known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch – and it is rapidly getting worse. […]


Trump Forest hits 1,000,000 tree milestone

Trump Forest, the global forest to offset President Trump’s climate ignorance, has had more than a million trees pledged around the world. So far, people from more than 60 countries have contributed 1,000,029 trees. The forest was launched just 11 months ago by three New Zealand-based climate change campaigners; American […]


Ecosia contribute 47,170 trees to Trump Forest

Ecosia, the search engine that plants trees with its profits, and global crowdsourced initiative, Trump Forest, are proud to announce the launch of their partnership. The partnership kicks off with a contribution of €10,000 from Ecosia for 47,170 trees towards Trump Forest: the global forest started earlier this year in […]


Trump Forest plants 530,653 trees in just five months

More than half a million trees have now been pledged by people in more than 50 countries around the world to counter US President Donald Trump’s ignorance on climate change. Trump Forest was launched by three New Zealand-based men in April in response to Trump’s repeated attacks on climate science […]