I went to see “The Long Road” last night at the Soho Theatre, an incredibly moving production about the impact of a random act of violence on the victims and perpetrator. The cast included Alison Newman, a good friend of all at Seventeen Towers, but the whole ensemble were powerful and convincing. It’s only got [...]Read more
We had a great time up in Hay-on-Wye last week setting up some sustainable furniture for the Guardian “House of Hay.” It was a pretty amazing sight and a great contrast between the rustic feel of the house and the luxurious furniture. Unfortunately the weather was miserable, but that didn’t dampen our spirits.
We were also [...]
It is once again scorchio in Container City – even the worms are starting to feel the heat and have been moved in to a shady corner. Happily I have just made a fantastic investment in terms of time, health and my waistline – a new bike! I have been taking it quite cautiously so [...]Read more
14 April 2008
Seventeen Events deliver BS8901 as standard – a first for green events in the UK.
Seventeen Events, the sustainable event management agency, has announced a new initiative which marks a first in the UK events industry. Last year Seventeen helped to trial the new British Standard for sustainable event management, BS8901. [...]
If you’re around over the weekend in London there’s a fantastic event taking place the The Barbican. London Aware 08 will showcase hundreds of green products and ideas alongside a fantastic line up of speakers and attractions. I met Danny, the organiser, last year and he’s an amazing guy – still working full time as [...]Read more
I’m writing this on the National Express train from London Kings Cross to Aberdeen – plug sockets at every seat and free wifi in all parts of the train. It’s not exactly top speed but it does allow you to keep in touch and get some work done. Yet another reason to choose the train [...]Read more