The iconic Pringles can is going green

The iconic Pringles can is set for a major eco makeover as the company announces the trial of a new tube made of recycled...

Living Planet Report reveals 68% decline in global wildlife populations since 1970

Global populations of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish have declined by over two-thirds in less than half a century, due in large part...

Manchester to host virtual green summit later this month

GREATER Manchester will outline its vision for our environment and set out the next steps to becoming carbon neutral at this year’s Green Summit,...

Covid-19 changes Manchester shopping habits as Millennials turn to shopping organic

Over 12 million Brits are more likely to buy organic than they were before the pandemic, a new survey for Organic September has revealed. The demand...

Asphalt adds to air pollution, especially on hot, sunny days

Asphalt is a near-ubiquitous substance — it’s found in roads, on roofs and in driveways — but its chemical emissions rarely figure into urban...

A stunning crop circle has appeared in the British countryside to raise awareness of...

This stunning crop circle has appeared in the British countryside – to raise awareness of the value of locally produced foods. Cereal maker Weetabix is...

Plastic bag charge to double

The single-use carrier bag charge will be extended to all retailers and increased to 10p from April 2021 Since the charge was first introduced in...

Courier firms urged to swap large vans for cargo bikes

Delivery companies should consider switching to cargo bike schemes where possible to cut carbon emissions, improve air quality and reduce congestion, a new report...

£14 million investment to deliver low carbon business transformation across North West

A new £14 million programme will further develop the North West as a regional exemplar for low carbon innovation, skills and ‘green’ economic growth. Launching...

Visiting the beach? Volunteers urge families to take their plastic beach toys home

In just three months, the St Annes LOVEmyBEACH volunteers have collected an astonishing 133 plastic beach toys that were left on the beach. The volunteers...