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Ekopia building (The Hive) part funded by the Naturesave Trust

Ekopia Social Enterprise Hub – Findhorn Ecovillage

The Naturesave Trust helped fund the purchase and installation of a 4kW solar PV array at Findhorn Eco Village. The array was placed on a newly developed Social Enterprise Hub, called Findhornhive. The installation includes a lithium-ion battery which will store excess green energy and make it available for later use, reducing energy bills and improving the environmental performance of the building.


Dormice in Danger – Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust

Immortalised as the sleepy tea-party guest in Lewis Carroll’s children’s classic Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, the hazel dormouse is a shy creature which is facing an uphill struggle to survive. Classified as a Priority Species in the UK Biodiversity Action Plan, over the last 20 years we’ve seen numbers plummet by a staggering 72%, despite


Sustainable restaurants and why they have a major role to play in fighting climate change

What is a sustainable restaurant?  There are many definitions, however we quite like this one by Andrew Stephen, Chief Exec of the Sustainable Restaurant Association.  “A truly sustainable food business is one that has a restorative impact on the land, and the people upon which it depends. Restorative in this context means that because the business

Naturesave Buy One Get One Tree

Buy One Get One Tree

Naturesave launch new tree planting policy to fight climate change For many years Naturesave has planted a tree for every home insurance customer who stays with us for ten years. The trees are planted in the Scottish Highlands; in an area named The Naturesave Grove. The planting is conducted by the conservation charity Trees for Life


The Naturesave Solar Bee Project

Naturesave Trust funded project brings together cutting edge bee conservation with community solar farms. The Solar Bee Project is an initiative funded by the Naturesave Trust that aims to protect honey bees from the deadly varroa mite using thermosolar beehive technology. The project is being rolled out over five sites across the country and aims


Are you ready for the electric car revolution

Time to think electric? With climate change now reframed to what it really is, an emergency, and with ever increasing awareness of traffic pollution, there never has been a stronger reason to consider an electric car. The reason why this is a revolution in the making is that upon investigation, it soon becomes apparent that