Blog — How To's
The need to conserve and protect resources can no longer afford humanity the luxury of sticking with inefficient textile manufacturing methods and fabrics that burden the environment. Luckily, there are plenty of alternatives that can fill your closets without the resulting waste and pollution.
5 things you can do for wildlife conservation from afar.
5 Plastic replacements we can’t live without There are so many environmentally friendly products out there that it is difficult to choose just five! Not only have clever inventors created replacements for plastic, but they’ve designed substitutes for single-use items that all contribute to the amount of waste accumulated in our landfills and water systems. There are a million ways to be eco-friendly, whether it is about using green cleaning products in your home or switching to reusable sanitary or cosmetic products. Long gone are the days of just saying no to a straw – now we have a responsibility...
I’m often asked what it’s like to be a National Geographic cinematographer, what a typical day looks like. The reality is, there is no typical day and it’s one of the many reasons I love this line of work! So, in anticipation of Women's Equality Day on Wednesday 26th August I’ve decided to share a day from one of my National Geographic documentaries ‘The Real Black Panther’, which involved over 18 months of fieldwork in a remote region of South-West India tracking and filming a rare melanistic leopard. My alarm wakes me at 5am and I groggily get up, still...
You may not work with wildlife in the field or perhaps you live in a city and don’t see much more than pigeons day after day, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make a huge difference to the well-being of wildlife all over the world, especially during World Wildlife Day!
Who else wants to live in a world where David Attenborough is king, and Greta Thunberg is president? The first step to start living a more eco-conscious life is to reduce!