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!
Bonfire Night is a popular event for families across the UK but as we become increasingly conscious of the environment, it’s important to consider the impact this annual event has. The effects on air quality and wildlife can’t be ignored, but with a little consideration, bringing a bit of light-hearted fun to the darker nights doesn’t have to be guilt ridden.
Along with energy, transport and food, we focus on nature as part of our mission to create a greener Britain. We’ve planted a wildflower area at our head office in Stroud, which provides a source of food for our local pollinators, and we’ve installed bee homes so there are ready-made places for shelter.
Dale Vince, founder of Ecotricity has spoken out against a new government initiative - it's first-ever Green GB Week and claimed Greenwash Week would be a more accurate name, given the government’s appalling record on green issues.
Ecotricity founder Dale Vince recently caught up with BBC Late Show presenter Dan Chisholm for a special interview ahead of his visit to the United Nations in New York.