Personal carbon footprints have been around since the 1990s but did you know it was actually a marketing campaign from BP in 2005 that popularised the term?
Posts tagged with "sustainability"
The old adage goes ‘they don’t make them like they used to’– but is that really true? I, for one, think that it is.
Shoppers are psychologically hardwired into expecting packaging that makes no sense. It’s time for us to think outside the box. Do you agree?
Your Sunday roast dinner often leaves you with plenty of leftovers – so what do you do with them? A few tweaks can transform them into a wide variety of delicious meals.
You shouldn’t throw old silica gel packets away – they can be really handy for jobs around the house. What are your tips for making use of them?
Footwear has taken a stride to a more sustainable approach in recent years – have you seen ‘vegan’ shoes advertised? Do you know what the term means?
What are your tips for sustainable parenting? Our guest explains how her daughter has helped teach her to live a more sustainable life.
With London expanding its Ultra Low Emissions Zone (ULEZ) this week, we’re interested in your views. How do you feel about these schemes?
On 1 November, the 26th yearly Conference of Parties (COP) on Climate Change begins in Glasgow. What do you think needs to happen, and what will be decided?
The On-Pack Recycling Label (OPRL) is calling for clear and consistent mandatory labelling on packaging. Our guest explains why OPRL believes correct labelling is essential.
Lockdowns have put increased pressure on all our domestic bills, but are you doing all you can to to make savings? What are your tips for saving money running your home?
Are trainers that have been resold, donated or recycled a step in the right direction for sustainability? The initiative could be coming to the UK soon.
Can the new energy labels help us save on bills while improving the energy efficiency of our homes? Our guest from Energy Saving Trust explains more.
New rules to make household appliances more sustainable have been announced by the EU, but will they end up benefitting consumers?