A scheme launched by the DfE which makes period products free to school pupils has seen under 40% uptake, reports the Free Period group.
More than 100 scientists this week signed a statement to reassure the public that reusable containers are safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New household cleaning brand Colt & Willow has launched with a range of sustainable, plant-based products created to look great as well as being effective.
Organic, vegan and innovative recycled materials are all called into action in H&M's latest 'circular fashion' collection.
GOTS, the international organic textile standard, reports the highest growth in certified operations ever last year, reports Jin Manson.
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.
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.
Growing concern about the presence of fatbergs in the UK’s sewers, along with mounting plastic pollution in the world’s oceans, has led organic personal hygiene brand Natracare to develop and launch what it says is Europe’s ‘first truly flushable' moist tissue wipe.
Last weekend a new sustainable shop opened in the Fiveways area of Brighton, to cater for the plastic-free shopping needs of local residents.
Durable, biodegradable and free from plastic, Huskup is a new reusable coffee cup produced from rice husks.