The subjects within Green Planet look at the issues affecting the world as a whole. We want to help people stay informed about the important environmental issues such as climate change, the food we eat and biodiversity, and how the way we live is impacting on the planet. We hope that this knowledge will give people the inspiration to act, whether by making changes to their own lives or by joining groups and actively campaigning themselves to make a substantial commitment to protecting the planet.
Do you ever look in your garden shed or garage, under the bed or on top of the wardrobe and wonder where all that 'stuff' comes from?
Well when I say 'trash' I'm perhaps not being 100% accurate because I was never going to throw this 'trash' in the bin.
We believe strongly in beauty and skin care products made with natural ingredients.
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.
If you love attracting wildlife to your garden, a pond is an addition you should definitely consider.
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.
Encouraging wildlife into gardens and the wider environment is something close to our hearts.
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 morning, I headed along for the first of Keele University's open lectures being run in conjunction with Go Green Week.