Food is an area where we can take lots of steps to reduce our Christmas carbon footprint. Whether we’re looking at the food miles the ingredients in our meals have travelled or if sustainable growing practices have been used to produce our food, there are many elements to consider this yuletide.
Winter is the time when the 'flu bugs descend but hitting the Lemsip and Beecham's isn't for everyone, so what can you take if you want a natural remedy to ease your congestion, sore throat and blocked nose?
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.
Whether she's 25 or 75, your mum is a special person in your life, and if she's an eco-conscious mum, what better than a green gift to make her Yuletide extra special this year?
Yes to Carrots have developed this exfoliating mud mask by harnessing the power of carrots enriched with minerals from the Dead Sea.
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 people have memories of going foraging as a child, approaching a bramble patch loaded with glinting purple jewels and pulling them from their spiky stems to drop into a tupperware box or recycled ice cream tub.
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.