We’ve supported the RSPB since 2013 because their values and goals are such a perfect fit with ours. Last year, our mobile phone company, Ecotalk, helped the RSPB by purchasing an area of land called Fairburn Ings using the money from customers’ bills. Paul Sands, Director of Growth at Ecotricity went to find out more.
We’ve given you the recipes you need to make the perfect vegan Christmas dinner, so now it’s time for desert. This vegan Christmas pudding will be a hit on Christmas Day, and we’ve also included the recipe for the perfect brandy butter to go alongside it.
A collection of intimate photographs have been revealed which tell the stories of campaigners on the frontline of the fight against fracking.
Ecotricity founder and Forest Green Rovers chairman Dale Vince has already been recognised by the United Nations this year for his environmental work to make Britain greener. Today, he’s launching a new Sports for Climate Action initiative at UN climate change talks in Poland.
Ecotricity, the world’s first green energy company, now proudly supplies electricity to many of the UK’s best known and most popular visitor attractions in a year-long supply deal with Merlin Entertainments UK.
This month we’ve teamed up with Ethical Superstore to think about what we can all do to be more ethical consumers at a time of year that is typically the most wasteful.
In this guest blog, Ethical Superstore tell us all about what inspired them to launch in 2006, how they try and make shopping more sustainable, and why they’re working with Ecotricity.
Palm oil has come under scrutiny for years, due to its devastating impact on the world’s rainforests and the inadequate worker conditions associated with its production. But a campaign led by Iceland and Greenpeace bulldozed the topic to the forefront of public debate on climate change. Here’s everything you need to know about palm oil, and how you can help combat deforestation and species extinction.
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.