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Posts tagged with "sustainability"
Last week we announced our commitment to sustainability. As a part of that commitment, we’ve launched a new Eco Buy label – here’s everything you need to know.
Sustainability is a major consideration for the food I buy, so I’m wondering if carbon pricing may be the way forward. I’d be interested to hear your views.
Are you working out your impact on the planet? Is it important for you to know your specific impact, or what you can do to change and improve? We want to hear what works for you.
A Best Buy should outlast its battery. Here’s why, thanks to your feedback, we’re changing the way we test products with lithium-ion batteries.
Should Apple abandon its Lightning connector and adopt USB-C instead? I’m wondering how much easier life would be if all phones used the same cables.
Would you swap dairy for plant-based milk? I spoke with people around Which? who have made the switch to find out why they felt it was right for them.
How far are you willing to go to make your life a little greener? As far as reusable loo roll!? Here’s how things went when I gave it a try.
I think the issue of palm oil is much more complex than simply cutting it out altogether. Instead, we need to work towards a sustainable solution. Do you agree?
Congratulations, you’ve just upgraded to a new mobile phone! But what do you do with your old one? Does it collect dust or get a second life?
New rules to make household appliances more sustainable have been announced by the EU, but will they end up benefitting consumers?
Inspired by your desire to live more sustainably, we’re proud to announce our new magazine supplement on sustainability, landing in November 2019.
We’re hearing a lot these days about sustainability, Eco living, saving the planet, war on waste, plastic bags, recycling and a lot more. All these issues are part of something much bigger; to use a time-worn phrase, it’s all about living within our means.
With online shopping and a demand for next-day delivery, buying clothes has never been easier. But does a ‘throwaway’ culture affect the way we shop and the environment?