Green Living is all about the lifestyle choices and decisions we make and helping people to find ways to make their everyday life greener. From energy saving in the home, to making more ethical choices when buying new goods, we aim to arm people with the knowledge to make informed green choices and minimise their carbon footprint.
Every year, WWF organises Earth Hour.
Yesterday was the first official day of spring, so what better excuse to get out exploring the great outdoors this weekend?
This weekend, spring has most definitely sprung, and what better proof than newborn lambs?
Shopping locally is a great way to keep variety on the high street and support independent businesses trying to make a living.
We first heard about SEEDBALL through Twitter and were so excited when we received a little package through the post with a tin of butterfly mix seedballs to scatter at Green Village HQ.
We love chocolate (who doesn't?
As part of Go Green Week, Keele University held The Big Green Swish.
Ryton Gardens near Coventry is not only an inspiring place to visit with the family; it is also home to Garden Organic, a charity at the forefront of organic growing in the UK.
This American skincare brand are dedicated to developing ground-breaking new products from pure, natural ingredients.
Valentine's Day regularly gets criticism for being commercialised, but there are a number of steps you can take to enjoy the 14th February without having a negative effect on your carbon footprint.
Heading down to your local charity shop may spring to mind when you're clearing out your wardrobe or when giving the garage a spring clean.
The thought of climbing on a bike may strike fear into the hearts of some, but it ignites a childlike desire to escape into the great outdoors in others.
The New Year is often the time of diets and cutting back on the chocolate and snacks consumed in abundance over the festive period.
The fame of the Incredible Edible project has been growing with the enterprise receiving recognition from the likes of Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall on his programme celebrating British fruit, 'To The Core'.