Organic cotton, says the Soil Association (SA) is not only good for the environment, but good for business too, as consumer spend within the category rises.
To coincide with Earth Day a new survey ‘unearthes’ the ethical and sustainable shopping habits of UK consumers.
Ecovibe is going through some changes, including a fresh look and innovative new services to make sustainable living as easy as possible.
Clean Living International has entered into a partnership with Born Free to highlight the impact purchasing decisions have on biodiversity.
A location in Oxford has become the first store to trial Waitrose’s new refill station, providing customers with a facility where they can shop for unpackaged everyday basics such as rice, pasta, cereals, lentils, seeds and coffee, using their own containers from home.
Campaigners, business leaders and MPs have written an open letter to call for sample sachets to be included in single-use plastic bans.
Danish Minister opens NOFF with the message that ‘together we can ... drive forward the organic way of producing sustainable products’.
Approximately 40% of the UK’s plastic waste is exported to Turkey before being illegally dumped and burned, says a new Greenpeace report.
Marking its first foray into the soft drinks market, DrinkWell has launched the UK’s first fully biodegradable on-the-go water bottle.
A new ‘super enzyme’ has been engineered by scientists to degrade plastic, signalling major developments in recycling.
A study by WDC reveals that the number of whale and dolphin species known to be affected by marine litter has increased from 37% to 81%.
The Beauty Shortlist has announced the winners of its ECO Awards – now in their second year – and its Mama & Baby Awards.
Launched ahead of Veganuary, Getvov.com is a new plant-based online marketplace in the UK that combines convenience and sustainability.
Forest Green Rovers – ‘the world’s greenest football club’ – has partnered with HOWND to underscore the benefits of plant-based dog food.