Natural & Organic Products Europe partners with ReSea Project to tackle ‘the biggest global issue we are facing’: plastic.
The great Pacific Garbage Patch has been confirmed as the home of marine species usually found living on coastlines.
Forest Green Rovers – ‘the world’s greenest football club’ – has partnered with HOWND to underscore the benefits of plant-based dog food.
Danish Minister opens NOFF with the message that ‘together we can ... drive forward the organic way of producing sustainable products’.
The new GW4 Alliance of universities is being championed by the co-founder of the Eden Project, Sir Tim Smit KBE.
The upcoming Eco Life Scandinavia will see a ‘stellar speaker line-up’ of experts centre their discussions around sustainability.
After a ten-month global search, the first winners of the prestigious Earthshot Prize have been named at London's Alexandra Palace.
EcoVibe has announced that through its partnership with the Rainforest Trust it has saved 1,563 acres of tropical rainforest and habitats.
Organ(y)c has announced a partnership with the Nottingham Wildcats basketball club and its professional WBBL academy programme.
“The pandemic has affected all of our lives, but ... the biggest impacts may be on the very world we live in,” says Eco Index 2021.
OrganiCup has rebranded to AllMatters to coincide with the expansion of its range beyond menstrual cups into other personal care products.
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%.