Tag Archives: Guardian

  1. Welcome to the waterless toilets turning human waste into energy and fertiliser

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    November 20, 2014 by Tess Riley

    You might have heard of flying toilets. I’m not talking about the well-equipped loos available to us as we soar …
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  2. Is the Ice Bucket Challenge a catalyst for long-term behaviour change?

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    September 12, 2014 by Tess Riley

    We’ve done it in onesies, we’ve done it with desert sand, Matt Damon’s even done it with toilet water. But …
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  3. Coconut water – another example of how we’re failing our farmers?

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    August 18, 2014 by Tess Riley

     Once the drink of exotic holidays and childhood funfairs, coconut water is now the de rigueur beverage available in food …
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  4. The one where I write about Eco Sex for the Guardian

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    April 16, 2014 by Tess Riley

    In my fresh-faced youth, I wrote a weekly column for my university newspaper, Varsity, called Ethics Girl. Amongst the many …
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  5. Going bananas: a Guardian love letter to discarded fruit

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    March 26, 2014 by Tess Riley

    In the Guardian today, Damien Clarkson and I called for a cultural shift that celebrates the spotty banana. In the UK, most …
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  6. Goodness Grief Balls

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    March 20, 2014 by Tess Riley

    This week I’ve been practising my celebratory wiggle dance. Why? Because my Guardian article about environmentally-friendly death-related activities was published …
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