Sustainable Cities, Sustainable World: Rebecca Long-Bailey for Labour Leader; Angela Rayner for Deputy
A blog about the environment, sustainability, ecology, ethics, politics, green issues and backing the Labour Party by Glenn Vowles…
On a recent trip to South Africa, I often heard it said that low-income groups have “good access to bad food and bad access to good food”. While the In South Africa, levels of childhood obesity have increased to 13 per cent, more than twice the global average and the highest in the region.
The number of sustainable shoppers in Britain has jumped by a third in just 12 months, threatening to spell the end of fast fashion, new research by the Fashion Retail Academy reveals.
NSW will become the last state to ban singe-use plastic bags, although the new policy will still be months away.
New product launches from materials suppliers at the giant show shine light on sustainability.
PROJECT’s DENIM ROOM was a special section of the show featuring dual-gender brands and panels on topics surrounding the denim industry.
Aspiring young sustainability, CSR and energy professionals from the likes of Unilever, Marks & Spencer and Hammerson have been unveiled as members of edie’s 30 Under 30 initiative for 2020.
The Guardian share insights (and challenges) from their work to understand the carbon impacts of digital media…
Durian fruits, famous for their bad smell, could be used to make electrodes in ultra-fast chargers for electric cars and gadgets
With growing distrust of governmental institutions, employees are using their voices to advocate for change and demand that their employers do so, too.
Amid concerns over the impact of disease and wind farms on bats, researchers are working to quantify the ecosystem benefits of the insect-eaters…
Eni’s energy-efficient HPC5 supercomputer uses solar energy to reduce emissions and running costs.
As Guyana begins to exploit its vast oil reserves, are its unique eco-tourism draws under threat? Sarah Reid heads to South America to find out.