Jen Marsden

Jen Marsden

Jen Marsden is a London based writer and editor on all matters in the green arena. A former editor of New Consumer magazine, she has edited and contributed to a wide range of ethical lifestyle publications and is currently the Home & Lifestyle Editor of Green Guide. A keen traveller, Jen has lived abroad and worked on various charitable and sustainable business projects in India and Kenya. She has written and edited her first book Green Guide for Weddings, an imprint of Markham Publishing. Her forthcoming publications in this lifestyle book series are Green Guide for Home & Household and Green Guide to Fashion & Beauty.

Forget everything that’s wrong with the world and focus on everything that’s right. As the world cools down and cottons onto sustainability in the fashion industry, we look at some movers and shakers that are challenging the status quo

It’s never just a tee. It takes passion and dedication to get to production, especially when you are ensuring a sustainable supply chain, says Angie Sam of Ultra Tee, winner of Sublime Magazine’s Best Eco-Fashion Brand 2016

You're at the altar where the love of your life stands beside you. A shining, gold ring adorns your finger. Sublime unearths the fairytale behind pure treasure, a labour of love and luxury defined by passion

As fast as the world of banking or politics is changing, so too are the media, as grassroots vehicles for real, local-interest information give the national and international giants a run for their money

It’s the year 2055. I’m 71 years old and living in Britain, still a good nine years away from what continues to be considered the average national life expectancy. Consumer culture is as alive as ever too, despite the pressures of resource scarcity

Sign the petition asking the government to stop attacking the solar industry with new taxes, so we can have a clean, green future > http://bit.ly/2jFx4Qu

Posted by Greenpeace UK on Monday, 6 February 2017