Monthly Archives: July 2010

The West Wing

Every morning I get a wee thrill as I walk through the door to the Friends of the Earth Scotland office. And not just because I love my job, but because we work in the West Wing (of Thorn House). … Continue reading

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T in the Park festival 2010

Last weekend Friends of the Earth Scotland had a stall at T in the Park Festival in Balado, Kinross-Shire. T in the Park is working hard to be as green as possible, and this year it created an amazing new … Continue reading

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A nudge to look after the earth?

I’ve just finished reading ‘Nudge’ by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein, professors in Behavioural Science and Law at the University of Chicago. Its starting premise is fairly indisputable: context matters wherever people make choices, so those who design the context – … Continue reading

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