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  • Urbane Living

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    Eco friendly products for interiors, including: wood and natural flooring, wallpaper and wallcoverings, eco paint and rugs. Local and exotic wood species certified by FSC and PEFC include European, American, red and white oak, ash, beech, birch, cherry, elm, ipe, merbau, jatoba, iroko wenge, black walnut, tiger wood, teak, French oak, doussie, jarrah, kempas, macaranduba, purple heart. Plus sisal, coir, seagrass, mountain grass, paper, unfinished, prefinished, brushed, click and other timbers and natural fibres. Suppliers of Crucial Trading, Alternative Flooring, Karelia, Khars, Bruce, Osmo with next day delivery. Hundreds of carpets, custom rugs, accessories, glue, adhesives, underlay, tuplex, profiles including t-section, reducer, stair nosing, beading and skirting. Delivery throughout UK. Showrooms in Chiswick and Wigmore Street, London.

  • Responsible Jewellery Council

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    The Responsible Jewellery Council is a not-for-profit standards setting and certification organisation. It has more than 1,100 member companies that span the jewellery industry supply chain from mine to retail. RJC Members commit to and are independently audited against the RJC Code of Practices – an international standard on responsible business practices for diamonds, gold and platinum group metals. The Code of Practices addresses human rights, labour rights, environmental impact, mining practices, product disclosure and many more important topics in the jewellery supply chain. RJC also works with multi-stakeholder initiatives on responsible sourcing and supply chain due diligence. The RJC’s Chain-of-Custody Certification for precious metals supports these initiatives and can be used as a tool to deliver broader benefit.

  • RenewableUK

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    RenewableUK members are building our future energy system, powered by clean electricity. We bring them together to deliver that future faster; a future which is better for industry, bill payers, and the environment. We support over 400 member companies to ensure increasing amounts of renewable electricity are deployed across the UK and access markets to export all over the world. Our members are business leaders, technology innovators, and expert thinkers from right across industry. Our priority is to make sure that it is RenewableUK members at the heart of delivering this UK opportunity. To do this provide them with the highest possible quality services and information, supporting them in any way we can to do more, and better business. Our work is led by a Senior Management Team and supported by a Board of senior industry figures with a Business Plan setting out our work and priorities. Collectively our members employ over 250,000 people – from international energy companies to small companies keen to build new markets and ready to disrupt our energy market with new products and services.The UK has some of the best natural resources in the world for these technologies. Renewables have proven their ability to deliver, and alongside gas and nuclear will be central to keeping the lights on and powering our economy. Our role is to

  • The Food Foundation

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    The Food Foundation is an independent think tank that tackles the growing challenges facing the UK’s food system in the interests of the UK public.  We provide clear analysis of the problems caused by the food system and the role of policy and practice in addressing these.  We develop and articulate food policies that support and guide the UK public to make choices that improve their health and well-being and we inform and generate demand for new and better public and private sector policy and practice. Specifically we want to see four areas of policy and practice change: 1.Cross government leadership on accessible, healthy and sustainable diets 2.Policy and practice which re-balances the food environment and choice architecture so it supports healthy eating (covering e.g. marketing, planning and licensing and public food provision) 3.Policy and practice which incentivises and regulates the food supply chain so it supports healthy and sustainable diets (e.g. through impacts on price, quality, provenance, perishability, safety, availability etc) 4.Evidence gaps which are a barrier to decision making are addressed We are independent of all political parties and business, and we are not limited by a single issue or special interest. We work with others who believe there is a problem with the system and want to change it.

  • Mildreds – Soho

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    Very popular, informal vegetarian restaurant in Soho serving global dishes from a daily changing menu. Uses free-range eggs and organic produce where possible and serves a selection of organic wines and beers. ‘Every visit is a pleasure … imaginative and tasty dishes with excellent textures,’ says Craig John Wilson in Veggie London.

  • Sheepdrove Organic Farm Family Butcher – London

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    Organic meat sold direct from the farm, includes beef, lamb, mutton, chicken, pork, bacon, sausages, burgers and offal. The store also stocks fine organic wine, their own Sheepdrove honey, preserves, organic wholemeal flour, organic eggs, game (when in season), and an eclectic collection of books. Sheepdrove’s experienced butchers are always happy to help, offering advice on different meat joints and how to select the best. For culinary inspiration there are regular special offers, recipe cards and seasonal produce. Sheepdrove Organic Farm is a guaranteed GMO-free zone ; they never feed GM soya or maize, and no pesticides or synthetic chemical fertilisers have been used on the land for over forty years. The pastures are a mix of grasses, herbs and wild flowers, naturally fertilised by the animals themselves.

  • Whole Foods Market – Piccadilly Circus

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    Just off the Southern end of Regent Street, you will find our central London Whole Foods Market store in Piccadilly Circus. Opened on May 22, 2012 – our store is a relocation of the previous Brewer Street store and set firmly at the heart of London’s best shopping district within the prestigious Quadrant development. The store provides a 17,000 square foot foodie heaven with a bakery, patisserie counter and cafe, and stocks a wide range of groceries, prepared foods, fruit, vegetables, meat and dairy. Offer more than an ordinary food retailer, as the Health and Beauty department is devoted to natural skincare and supplements for the entire family. Treatment rooms offer facials, skin care analysis, manicures, massages and the qualified staff can provide nutritional advice.

  • Planet Organic Westbourne Grove

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    The UK’s largest fully certified organic supermarket, Planet Organic is a celebration of nature, overflowing with mouth-watering, inspiring and ecologically great ideas. When Planet Organic opened its doors in 1995, it was Renée Elliott’s dream to offer the best and widest range of organic food and products available. Walk into any store and we’ll talk to you about which vegetables are in season, inspire you to experiment with new ingredients and help you to choose the best bodycare or natural remedy.

  • Pimlico Road Farmers’ Market

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    What’s special about this farmers’ market? Under the gaze of Mozart’s statue on leafy Orange (or Mozart) Square, Pimlico is a lovely location for a farmers’ market. Plenty of space to sit and soak in the atmosphere before buying apples and juice, fresh pasta, free range eggs, meat & poultry, seasonal game, day boat fish and shellfish, artisan bread & cheeses, and seasonal specials from asparagus to cherries. Time Out Love London Awards winner Favourite Stall winner 2018: Moreton Mushrooms Market events coming up: Wild garlic in April, Strawberries in May, peas in June, cherries in July, apples and plums from August, corn in September, game in October, root veg in November, turkeys and geese in December! Established: June 2002 Opening times: Every Saturday 9am-1pm Nearest cash point: Newsagents on Pimlico Road, Natwest Elizabeth Street and Sloane Square by station Card payments: Some stallholders accept card payments Parking: Some on street parking available on surrounding streets Other info: Please note that not all stalls attend weekly. A picturesque market in a leafy square. This is a public space so well behaved dogs are very welcome. About LFM London Farmers’ Markets opened its first market in 1999 In Islington, the first pioneering farmers’ market in the capital. Currently around 200 farmers and food producers sell at over

  • Marylebone Farmers’ Market

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    What’s special about this farmers’ market? With an average of 40 stalls Marylebone is one of our flagship farmers’ markets. There’s always something new to find as the seasons change, from the freshest asparagus in April to strawberries in May and cherries in July. Try oysters for breakfast from Norfolk based Longshore, or a mushroom sandwich from The Mushroom Table. Look out for raw milk from Hurdlebrook, excellent meat and poultry from Flitteriss Farm, Galileo Farm and Layer Marney Produce, game in season and free range sausages from The Parsons Nose. There’s a huge range of vegetables and fruit at market from Manor Farm, Perry Court Farm, Riverdale Organic Farm, Chegworth Valley, Wild Country Organics and the ever popular Potato Shop. Favourite Stall winner 2018: Madame Gautier Established: June 2003 Opening times: Every Sunday 10am-2pm Nearest cash point: Lots on Marylebone High Street Card payments: Some stallholders accept card payments Parking: Free on street parking avoid resident bays. Other info: Not all stalls attend weekly. Check out Paddington Gardens for a rest and let the kids play in the park. Well behaved friendly dogs are very welcome. About LFM London Farmers’ Markets opened its first market in 1999 In Islington, the first pioneering farmers’ market in the capital. Currently around 200 farmers and food produce

  • Shiply

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    Shiply is the UK eco-friendly transport marketplace where you can list any items you want to send, ship or move within the UK. You will then receive competitive bids from couriers and transport companies looking to fill their empty load space and pass the savings onto you. Not only does this bag you a fantastic deal, but you’re also helping the environment by keeping those lorries already on our heavily congested roads, full to capacity. Founded in 2008, Shiply.com matches people needing to move goods with transport companies going there anyway. Over 25 per cent of lorries run completely empty of cargo and over 50 per cent run only part-full. By enabling consumers and businesses to make use of this spare capacity, Shiply.com dramatically cuts down on CO2 emissions, increases the profitability of transport companies and saves the consumer up to 75 per cent.

  • Green Courier

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    London-based carbon-balanced same day courier company with a zero emission electric and ultra-low emission fleet. Working in partnership with the World Land Trust. Nationwide coverage, cycles, motorcycles, small and large vans. Larger eco-friendly vehicles available. Fast collection and delivery, account facilities and paper billing.

  • Planet Organic Home Delivery

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    The UK’s largest fully certified organic supermarket, Planet Organic is a celebration of nature, overflowing with mouth-watering, inspiring and ecologically great ideas. When Planet Organic opened its doors in 1995, it was Renée Elliott’s dream to offer the best and widest range of organic food and products available. Walk into any store and we’ll talk to you about which vegetables are in season, inspire you to experiment with new ingredients and help you to choose the best bodycare or natural remedy. Delivers to the UK & Europe.