UK woodland carbon goes on sale for first time
The first units of carbon dioxide set to be sequestered, or removed from the atmosphere, by woodlands validated under the UK’s Woodland Carbon Code have been up for sale for the first time.
Going green in the garden: Eco-friendly renovations
You’ve switched to energy-saving light bulbs, insulated your roof and installed solar panels: your home is officially eco-friendly. But what about your garden?
89% of e-waste is neglected due to mobile phone recycling popularity
Despite the popularity of the mobile phone recycling industry, handsets only contribute towards a small percentage of the overall E-Waste accumulation.
Audi launch ultra-clean, green gas-powered motor
An Audi A3 equipped to provide the most environmentally friendly form of long-distance travel will soon be taking to the roads.
Top 5 essentials for an eco-friendly build
In a world which faces increasing pressure to reduce carbon emissions, the construction industry must confront demand to adopt modern methods of building which causes less damage to the environment.
The environmental impact of recent flooding
Public concern continues to grow as more bad weather is predicted for the UK.
The evolution of the environmental campaign
Environmental campaigns are by no means a stagnant form of communication. To be effective, such campaigns need to meet the constantly changing trends of consumer behaviour as well as dealing with the pressing environment
Where do your recycled products come from?
These days, we’re all aware that the Government has been encouraging everyone, both households and businesses, to recycle.
Cut Energy Costs With Cavity Wall Insulation
The UK Government recently launched their Green Deal initiative in a bid to cut carbon emissions among UK domestic households. A central component of their plan was advisors who would recommend measures to make homes mor
How Thermal Roof Coatings Can Cut Costs and Carbon Emissions
There was a time when environmentally friendly measures were considered worthy but costly. But when it comes to energy efficiency at home, this is normally not the case.
Green and Good: The new Artificial Grass Products
Artificial grass technology has improved dramatically in recent years and fake turf lawns now look and feel completely realistic.
What are governments and businesses doing to help the environment?
There can be little doubt that the world’s weather patterns and climate are changing and it is commonly accepted in the scientific community that these changes are due in no small part to man-made pollution.
Honda answer the question if SUVs can ever be green?
Honda's engineers have been developing ways to improve the environmental credibility of SUVs.
Factory resets no longer protect from hacking when mobile phone recycling
Mobile phone recyclers are campaigning to warn potential users that simply erasing or factory resetting mobile phones will not prevent hackers from recovering personal information.
The future looks bleak for sustainable self-builds
A family in the UK has spent nearly £70,000 bringing their 1950s home up to the highest standards of eco-friendly design. And although this amount may seem high, the owners have said that they are sure to get their mone