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.
Posts tagged with "sustainability"
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?
Today, on World Environment Day, we’re launching a brand new podcast called ‘Which? Investigates’. Its host, Science Journalist & Producer Greg Foot, is here to tell us more.
Saturday 5 June is World Environment Day, but what does that mean to you? Here are some of the things Which? is doing to champion the cause together.
You might rent your home. You might rent a car. You might have rented DVDs in the 90s. But would you rent a pair of jeans?(more…)
It’s all very well equipping phones with longer-lasting hardware, but it’s self defeating if the software can’t keep up. Do you agree brands should be doing more?
We need electric car charging infrastructure to change before it’s too late. Following our recent investigation, Citizens Advice gives us its view.
The consumer movement has marked 15 March with World Consumer Rights Day every year since 1983. Our guest, Consumers International, looks back on this year’s event.
Would you consider changing your heating system to help reduce carbon emissions? Should more help be available to do so? Our guest discusses the issues.
Consumer organisations across Europe are ramping up their work investigating a fault with the Nintendo Switch. Are you affected? You can help by getting in touch.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is conducting research into green marketing. Can you help it gather evidence? Our guest explains more.