We’d like to ask your help to keep Blue & Green Tomorrow free, and to enable us to continue developing the content and quality of our sustainable investment and responsible living publishing.
Blue & Green Tomorrow celebrates its fourth birthday this year. We’ve survived the worst recession in living memory thorough a combination of selling everything we own, bravado, blind luck and the support of a small group of exceptional individuals and companies that share our dream of a blue and green tomorrow. But now we could really do with your help, too.
Over the next few days, we’ll be outlining a number of ways that you can help to generate income for Blue & Green Tomorrow via a series of crowdfunding options. In return, our commitment is to continue to push the envelope in providing you with most up-to-date information on sustainability available through our website, newsletter and sustainable guides.
We are also running an exciting series of events as part of Sustainable September, which will bring together some of the most interesting speakers in the world on our key themes of sustainable energy, travel, investment and spending – and we’d love you to join us at one or more of these. To register your interest, click here.
We don’t charge for access to Blue & Green Tomorrow and we never will, because it defeats the object of trying to nudge the unsustainable to be more sustainable. A paywall in this space simply means that we’re preaching to the converted. The pools of sustainable, responsible and ethical money are shallow, but you can help us make them a little bit deeper, and get something valuable in return. Have a look at the options below, and see where you can help.
Four ways you can help to keep Blue & Green Tomorrow free:
Register for Sustainable September – our flagship month-long exploration of sustainability.
Make the switch to 100% renewable energy provider Good Energy.
Book a holiday rental property through cottages4you to help fund our intern and researchers programme.
Donate to fund our graduate trainee programme and spread the word about sustainable investment and living.