5 Things You Should Repair Not Replace

**In Collaboration**  Ever heard the term ‘The throw-away society‘? It describes a critical view of overconsumption and excessive production of short-lived or disposable items over durable goods that can be repaired. While some things definitely do need to be thrown, there are also many benefits to fixing things such as saving money, your own pride and knowledge, and of course, […]

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Climate Change: It Is In Our Hands

**In Collaboration** The climate crisis is significant news these days, with a big build-up recently centred around the speed that countries across the world are adopting plans and policies that will see them become carbon neutral. The general consensus is that we are not moving quickly enough and that if we continue at the speed that we are going, then […]

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The Finblog on “What Is Conservation Psychology?”

Thank you for all the messages – it’s great to see so many people interested in conservation psychology! Conservation psychology is not considered a ‘sub-discipline’ of psychology, but rather, a ‘field’ – the difference being that a ‘sub-discipline’ involves members that are trained in the same area (e.g., podiatrists/podiatry), while a ‘field’ encompasses people that have been trained in different […]

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