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Every week we bring you a simple idea for reducing your carbon footprint and protecting the planet. This week: why joining a car share club is good news for your wallet and the planet.

How to care for your skin and the planet – beauty regimes that don’t cost the Earth.

Our long-standing November tradition of fireworks and bonfires is having a damaging impact on people, pets and the planet.

Every week we bring you a simple idea for reducing your carbon footprint and protecting the planet. This week: the benefits of buying food locally.

Have a frightfully fun time without taking a terrifying toll on the environment.

Every week we bring you a simple idea for reducing your carbon footprint and protecting the planet. This week: how planting a tree is one of the easiest ways to make a positive impact on the environment.

Every week we bring you a simple idea for reducing your carbon footprint and protecting the planet. This week: how a bit of simple vehicle maintenance can reduce your car’s environmental impact.

Every week we bring you a simple idea for reducing your carbon footprint and protecting the planet. This week: how to start a compost pile (and what to do if you don’t have a garden).

Beacon litter

Every week we bring you a simple idea for reducing your carbon footprint and protecting the planet. This week: the benefits of litter picking for you and your neighbourhood.

Bicycle in great condition

Every week we bring you a simple idea for reducing your carbon footprint and protecting the planet. This week: making sure your bicycle is in tip top condition.

Organic food

Denmark’s cows honour organic food by dancing (yes, really).

Hands in a circle

There’s strength in numbers when it comes to protecting the planet.

Enjoy the outdoors with these Eco Gadgets

Enjoy the great outdoors without leaving a footprint.

Toilet paper on roll

Every week we bring you a new, simple idea for reducing your carbon footprint and protecting the planet. This week, we look at the environmental impact of toilet paper, and the easy switch you can make to reduce it.

Own grown vegetables in a barrow

Every week we bring you a new, simple idea for reducing your carbon footprint and protecting the planet. This week, we look at the many benefits of growing your own veg.

Low carbon diet

Eat well for the planet – and your health.

You’ve heard of low-carb diets, but what about a low carbon diet? Thanks to intensive agriculture, crop farming, livestock management, packaging and logistics, the food system is responsible for a third of all global greenhouse emissions.

Visit a charity shop

Every week we bring you a new, simple idea for reducing your carbon footprint and protecting the planet. This week, we look at the benefits of a little retail therapy, charity shop style.

Bee on flower image

Every week we bring you a new, simple idea for reducing your carbon footprint and protecting the planet. In the first of this series, we look at five easy steps you can take to help bees thrive in your outdoor space.

Plastic Free July is a challenge that started in Australia but is now spreading all over the world as we struggle to contain our containers and banish our overwhelming plastic waste. So it’s a great time to pledge against plastic - and what better place to start than with the humble drinking bottle?

'Cool' - family with sparklers

Many of us struggle in a heat wave. And as temperatures rise across Europe, knowing how to stay cool in warm weather is increasingly important. 

The High Street and sustainability are not always the most obvious pairing. But while searching out the niche sustainable companies is great, it can be time consuming. Fortunately there are companies on the high street working to bring down their carbon footprint, sort out their supply chains, and work towards making every garment ‘green’. 

Father’s Day is on 16 June - time to let Dad know he’s loved and appreciated. But this year, why not spoil Dad without spoiling the planet? Here’s our rundown of the best eco gifts for Dads in 2019.

With the UK government declaring a climate emergency, more of us than ever are looking for ways to cut down our greenhouse gas emissions. So, why not give some plant-based alternatives a try this week?

When David Attenborough’s Blue Planet 2 showed us the harm plastic pollution was causing our oceans, more than two thirds of us said we’d reduce our plastic waste. But how do we go about making real changes? 

Sustainable fashion aims to help solve the many ways the fashion industry is damaging the environment. From the pesticides and toxins from producing fibres, to greenhouse gases caused by clothing in landfill, the one thing we can all agree on is that it’s time to change.

Yellow and green front doors

Top ten tips on how to have a green home and reduce your impact on the planet.

If you want to put the planet at the heart of your Resolutions this year, and go green in 2019, here are 10 lifestyle actions you can take to reduce your carbon footprint.

Wind farm

From heatwaves and droughts to super storms and floods, the weather in 2018 has given many of us reason to pause for thought.

Wind turbines in the sea at an off shore wind farm

Saving money and helping protect the planet

With all the news that energy companies are having to increase their prices to cover increasing wholesale costs, are there easy ways that we can all reduce our energy costs and create a sustainable future?

Baby splashing in plastic tub

As record breaking summer weather continues, reduced rainfall and unprecedented demand for water means that water shortages and hose pipe bans are occurring across the UK.

Sunflower head

Summer gardening tips for hot weather.

The benefits of buying local, seasonal and sustainable food

Here are nine key benefits of buying local, seasonal and sustainable food.

Green gardening tips

If you wish to create a haven for you and wildlife, then our top tips for green gardening are for you. 

How to Reduce Meat Consumption and Food Waste

By making smart choices about the food we buy and put on our plate we can literally stop food costing the earth! Agriculture is responsible for around 30% of global carbon emissions.

Why waste, such as plastic pollution, is Rubbish

Do we live in a throw away society? Do you personally have a waste mentality? If so how can we ditch this habit?

 
 
 
 

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