Burger King has announced that they will no longer include plastic toys included with childrens' meals in the UK.
Road transport emissions are on the rise in the UK, despite heavy investment to reduce it.
The collaboration between Hubbub and Starbucks has created the UK’s largest grant fund for cup recycling.
DEFRA, BEIS and the Met Office have joined forces to launch several climate projections.
Gucci has announced that it is now carbon neutral.
Sainsbury’s has announced plans to cut plastic production in half by 2025.
A new report has found that as temperatures rise it could threaten air quality.
A recent study led by the University of Queensland reveals massive amounts of unchecked habitat clearance continues in Australia despite environmental legislation.
India will implement a nationwide ban on 6 single-use plastic items on the 2nd October this year - the 150th birthday of Mahatma Gandhi.
Over one million seagrass seeds will be planted off of the Welsh coast to help prevent global climate change in a project by the WWF.
A record 90% of people in England are concerned about damage to the natural environment, according to a new survey.
The fifth of September marks the Global Day of Action for the Rainforest.
A new study from the University of Exeter sheds light on future global banana production, saying that many countries will see significant crop yield decline due to the changing climate, although some countries will benefit from larger crop yields.
Asda will trial a new second-hand clothes initiative to promote sustainable fashion.
Widerøe, the largest regional airline in Scandinavia, has partnered with industrial technology experts Rolls Royce to develop zero emissions air travel.
Marks & Spencer has removed all of the glitter from their Christmas range to improve recyclability and reduce the impact of microplastics on the environment.
Proposed offshore wind farm extensions are set to install seven new wind turbines off of the UK coast, extending the UK’s renewable energy capacity by 2.8GW.
The Ball Corporation’s new aluminium cup aims to cut down on waste by replacing single-use red plastic cups.
Food and drink giant Nestlé, have come under fire for planning to take over 1.1 million gallons of water from an “in recovery” natural springs.
Fairphone have announced the launch of their new sustainable smartphone.