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.
Food is an area where we can take lots of steps to reduce our Christmas carbon footprint.
Keele University is proud of its environmental credentials, offering a range of quality courses in sustainability and natural sciences, and having accreditation as a Fair Trade university to boot.
When we heard about a new advertising agency who want to carve out a different path and stand out from the crowd by being ethical and only representing businesses that met with their ethical ideals, we had to meet them.
Finding new ways to spend your free time and entertain the kids isn't always easy, but what better way than to let nature do the work for you.
Water is one of our most precious resources and everybody needs access to clean fresh water to stay healthy.
As consumers, everybody generates waste to some extent, and although recycling can give our waste products a new lease of life, reducing the amount of waste we produce as a whole is a significant way of reducing our carbon footprint.
Many of us are looking at ways to save energy within the home, but have you thought about your fuel consumption on the road?
Given the already unrelenting amount of economic strain that small businesses have been under in recent years, it’s perhaps no surprise that the notion of cultivating an ‘eco-friendly’ workplace, has been somewhat subdued in recent years.
We were lucky enough to be offered a personal weather station from Netatmo to review.
Burgers on sale in 5 different supermarkets across the UK and Ireland have been tested and found to contain horse meat.
With Christmas over and a new year begun, many people's attention has passed to what their New Year's Resolution should be.
Concerns about bee populations being in decline have been in place for a while now, with research being conducted into why the populations of bees are being reduced so dramatically, and how we can act to turn this around.
A new study published in the Environmental Science and Technology Journal has found that increasing the number of green walls in cities could help reduce levels of pollution.