The Amazon Rainforest continues to burn, despite international calls for action.
British Airways have said they are “one step closer” to powering its future fleet with sustainable jet fuel made from waste.
Hasbro will get rid of all plastic packaging in iconic board games.
The World Health Organisation has realised a report on Microplastics in drinking-water which raises concerns about they have on human health.
A study by the British Lung Foundation & UK100 reported that 248 hospitals in the UK are located in areas with particle pollution above WHO guidelines.
A new report has found that Australia power stations are big contributors to toxic air pollution.
Sustainability: it’s not a word usually associated with the fashion industry, yet one that consumers are increasingly seeing more when we go shopping.
ITV has launched a new series that will focus on the devastating impacts of climate change.
Coca-Cola has announced a new sustainable packaging scheme to show the company’s commitment to a circular economy.
Greta, her father and a 2 man crew have begun the two-week journey to reach the US in a high-speed yacht, called the Malizia II.
A new report by Bloomberg NEF has highlighted that the demand for clean energy is set to grow.
Nespresso has transformed used coffee capsules into a new range of designer bikes.
The UK Government has confirmed Glasgow as host of COP26.
In a bid to cut down on single-use plastic, Lidl claims to be the first supermarket in the UK to introduce reusable fruit & veg bags.
Energy giant Orsted has promised to electrify its entire fleet by 2025.
The IPCC has launched a new report which warns of the stark consequences of the climate emergency.
Burberry has announced the launch of their new sustainable collection made from Econyl, a sustainable nylon.
A new report has found that the global temperature was substantially above average in July 2019.
A new report by SMMT has found that electric car sales have risen in July.
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