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Top features of the week: August 31

another wind turbine by lamoix via flickr

This week on Blue & Green Tomorrow, Joel Solomon explored how it is now time to shift capital to the regenerative economy.

We also spoke to Scene Consulting, who told us more about their renewable energy workshop taking place during Community Energy Fortnight.


1. Community Energy Fortnight: Scene Consulting

Jemma Collins: Community energy specialist, Scene Consulting, will deliver a renewable energy workshop during Community Energy Fortnight on September 26. Read more.

2. Top ecotourism destinations: Portland, Oregon

Ilaria Bertini: Portland has been defined the greenest city in America, thanks to its efforts to promote sustainable businesses, recycling, sustainable eating and transport. Read more.

3. Renewal Funds: investing for change

Joel Solomon: The 21st century will see dramatic retooling of the ways we live together on the planet. It’s time to shift capital to the regenerative economy, writes Joel Solomon. Read more.

4. Ethical retailer of the week: Bambu

Ilaria Bertini: Bambu makes kitchen and home products from sustainably-sourced and ecological materials that are both originally designed and kind to the planet. Read more.

5. Blue & Green holiday cottages: Bowford Cottage, Lancashire

Charlotte Malone: This beautiful cottage in Lancashire sleeps up to seven people and is available to book now through cottages4you. Read more.

Photo: lamoix via Flickr

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