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#EthicalHour Roundup – After Fashion Revolution Week, What Next?

Kate Stuart is a practicing artist, writer and craftswoman based in the North East of England. She specializes in up-cycling, zero waste living, quilting and painting with acrylics on canvas. She owns The Phoenix Green Store, which she hopes will become Newcastle upon Tyne’s first zero waste store. She is covering Fashion Revolution Week for No Serial Number Magazine, between 23rd – 29th April 2018.     We’ve been talking a lot about Fashion Revolution at No Serial Number Magazine this week [...]

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A Fashion Revolution Week Roundup – Conscious Clothes, Compassionate Fashion, and Circular Business Models For The Future of An Industry.

Kate Stuart is a practicing artist, writer and craftswoman based in the North East of England. She specializes in up-cycling, zero waste living, quilting and painting with acrylics on canvas. She owns The Phoenix Green Store, which she hopes will become Newcastle upon Tyne’s first zero waste store. She is covering Fashion Revolution Week for No Serial Number Magazine, between 23rd – 29th April 2018. My foundation course, all those very many years ago post A-Levels and pre-degree, was Art [...]

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#EthicalHour Roundup – Making Our Coffee Habits Green

Kate Stuart is an artist, craftswoman and writer based in the North East of England. Owner of The Phoenix Green Store, she is currently in the process of transforming it into Newcastle Upon Tyne’s first zero waste shop. She handles the magazine’s Twitter account every Monday evening from 8pm GMT for #EthicalHour.   Ethical Hour, an hour long global discussion held on Twitter every Monday evening and led by Sian Conway, the founder of #EthicalHour, never fails to make me think. [...]

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#EthicalHour Roundup – The Challenge of Ethical Food

Kate Stuart is an artist, craftswoman and writer based in the North East of England. Owner of The Phoenix Green Store, she is currently in the process of transforming it into Newcastle Upon Tyne’s first zero waste shop. She handles the magazine’s Twitter account every Monday evening from 8pm GMT for #EthicalHour. Last year I took my eldest daughter to see the Michael Morpurgo play Running Wild, and whilst we were both blown away by the story, the puppetry, the [...]

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#EthicalHour Roundup – Promoting Your Ethical Business

Kate Stuart is an artist, craftswoman and writer based in the North East of England. Owner of The Phoenix Green Store, she is currently in the process of transforming it into Newcastle Upon Tyne’s first zero waste shop. She handles the magazine’s Twitter account every Monday evening from 8pm GMT for #EthicalHour.   The last few weeks have seen me pulling on the mantle of Twitter handler for No Serial Number, and taking part in #EthicalHour. No mean feat – my [...]

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