Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, but it can also be the most wasteful. All of the Christmas excitement can turn into pressure to spend more money to make the perfect Christmas. But don’t worry – our friends over at the Ethical Superstore have put together this handy guide to help make your Christmas the most sustainable ever!
We focus on the three big things that affect climate change – energy, transport and food. But what about the bits people don’t necessarily think about, like the clothes you wear? Here's our look at the impact your everyday threads have on the environment.
We’re now in December, so it’s time to draw the curtains, put another log on the fire, and start thinking about Christmas. To help you out, we’re bringing you recipes to create a complete vegan Christmas dinner every Monday until the big day.
It’s an annual dilemma for many, whether you grace your home with the smell of a real tree or go for a less labour-intensive plastic variety. For many of us, the environmental impact of Christmas has become a growing concern.
At first glance it may seem an obvious choice – surely with the devastating plastic problem and the use of oil contributing to global warming, it’s got to be a real tree? Well, it may not be that simple.
The impact of consumer culture has reached crisis point for our planet, as it struggles to keep up with the demands of our growing population.
But thankfully, the call for ethical produce is getting louder and manufacturers are paying attention. Here’s how you can start shopping more ethically.
Ecotricity, Britain’s greenest energy company, has launched a new partnership with the Sustainable Restaurant Association, which will encourage the foodservice industry to make smart decisions about how they power their businesses as part of an ongoing drive to work more sustainably.
If you’re thinking about going vegan but aren’t quite ready to take the plunge, why not give Meat Free Mondays a go? It’s a great way to start trying some plant-based recipes and dramatically reduce your carbon footprint. Here’s our recipe for a vegan spaghetti bolognese – you won’t even miss the meat!
We’ve been working with Forest Green Rovers Football Club for the last 8 years, taking our sustainability message to a brand new, worldwide audience. We’ve helped them become what FIFA described, ‘the greenest football club on the planet’. With the club celebrating its vegan birthday today, their Head Chef, Jade Crawford, is sharing her recipe for a delicious Oreo birthday cake.