Friday 22 March 2013

Want to help Orangutans? Guest blog post from Outrop

The Orangutan Tropical Peatland Trust (OuTrop) OuTrop works to protect, restore and regenerate the tropical peat-swamp forests of southern Borneo and the biodiversity within, including the endangered Bornean orangutan. We undertake in-situ research, training and conservation activities to develop sustainable conservation solutions for the Sabangau Forest, home to the world’s largest orangutan and Bornean southern gibbon populations, plus countless other species.   OuTrop has been shortlisted for funding support by the European Outdoor Conservation Agency in a Public Vote 2013 competition through National Geographic Germany! Please support OuTrop in this competition and help us win this valuable funding through casting your vote here: If we are successful in winning this competition we will protect orangutans by funding patrols to stop illegal logging and fight forest-fires, replanting natural rainforest and monitoring orangutan health and well-being.   Thanks for your support! The OuTrop Team   The Orangutan Tropical Peatland Trust is a Registered Charity in England and Wales, Charity Commission number 1142870. The Trust works to support the field projects of the Orangutan Tropical Peatland Project and its partners in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Tuesday 24 July 2012

Project Dirt: Social Networking for Eco Projects!

'Dirters' are less about talking and more about doing! Project Dirt connects people and organisations doing tangible green projects. It was set up to help people and organisations collaborate over green issues and make things happen. The site is a platform driven by the people that use it. Examples include community groups getting together to dig holes and plant trees, improve green spaces, or deliver workshops, courses and training. The events section of the website is particularly useful as a one stop shop for finding out about forthcoming eco events you can get stuck into. Project Dirt is run as a social enterprise, with support from companies that wish to showcase their environmental and community ethos, such as Timberland. If you have a forthcoming event with an eco focus, advertise it on Project Dirt! To contact Atul email: or follow @ecoexperttv

Tuesday 1 November 2011

Eco News on London Fields Radio

You can listen to all current and previous editions of Eco News online at:

Sunday 2 October 2011

Atul Srivastava presents a brand new show on the world of...well, the world of saving the world! Listen now!

London Fields Radio's resident expert on all things eco, Atul Srivastava presents a brand new show keeping you up to date on the world of... well, the world of saving the world, listen now at:

Eco News, Vol. 1

Eco News is full of positive ways to make a difference, which are easy on the environment and on your pocket too. So listen out for regular features including Hackney Heroes - local projects making a difference, sustainable restaurant reviews, as well as money saving tips and forthcoming events with a enviro twist.

Each show Atul is joined by inspirational guests working on environmental and sustainability projects across London for news, chat and music. This month he meets Fiona Mathews from Earth Champions and Dominika Jarosz from Plan Zheroes.


If you have any comments, suggestions, song requests or would like to be a guest on Eco News, email Atul at:

Eco Celebrity Interviews on Youtube!

Sam Fox:

Robert Llewellyn (the robot from Red Dwarf!):

Kevin McCloud (from Grand Designs):

Emma from People Tree:

Sunday 24 July 2011

19 New Videos on Youtube!

Forthcoming Event: Pure London

When: 7 to 9 August 2011

Where: Olympia and Earl’s Court 2, London

Why? Pure London is one of the UK’s leading fashion trade events. A number of eco fashion designers are likely to attend.