I spy… Consumption is Consuming Us

In Society Now, Autumn 2016, Issue 26, p. 7 (read it here) Helping us think before we buy A research into how to promote sustainable consumption in the fashion and energy industries by University of Sheffield and the London College of Fashion found that “consumers feel detached from the processes that bring electricity, gas and… Continue reading I spy… Consumption is Consuming Us

Cinelinguini: Arrival

*Warning: Spoiler. I am discussing and dissecting the film on all its social, political, and linguistic facets* Ever since this film came out, everyone who knows I’m a true linguini was asking me if I’d seen it. So I went to see it. A bit of peer pressure mixed with curiosity and a sense of… Continue reading Cinelinguini: Arrival

Ecolinguistics and Esther T.W. Pig?

I adore pigs! look at Esther – she’s so cute! Look at her little front teethies! She’s pigtastic! (as her dads would say.) *Squeee* If this is the first time you’re hearing about Esther T.W. Pig, I suggest you drop everything you’re doing, including reading this blog, and head on over to her facebook. What… Continue reading Ecolinguistics and Esther T.W. Pig?