Inspired by your desire to live more sustainably, we’re proud to announce our new magazine supplement on sustainability, landing in November 2019.
It’s Recycling Week, so what better time to announce that we’ve just sent to print a special supplement to Which? Magazine covering how we can all live more sustainably.
If you receive Which? Magazine, you should also receive this supplement with your November issue – so keep an eye out for it towards the end of October.
What sustainability means to you
To make this happen, we’ve read through your discussion on what it means to live more sustainably here on Which? Conversation to learn what interests you the most in this area.
We’ve also checked out other member feedback we’ve had by email, phone or on surveys.
As you’d expect, we’ve pulled together all our experts’ insights (both from our researchers and our policy specialists) – and it’s clear that sustainability covers all aspects of our lives.
The supplement covers topics including energy, travel, food, recycling and shopping. It also dispels common myths and updates you on what we, as a business, are doing.
It is of course, difficult for a supplement to cover everything, so we’ve planned it to be as useful as possible by discussing areas where consumers can make a number of changes, and where we think Which? can really help.
We know that the idea of printing content concerning sustainability can seem counter-intuitive! However, we have had good feedback about our occasional supplements, which pull together widespread information on topics that can be complex.
This print form allows people to refer back to the information simply, or even to share it with others. We felt that this topic deserved to be treated in this way, and reach as many people as possible.
We also know that this sort of long-form content can be difficult to read in digital form, and that not everyone will have access to it if it only exists online.
However, you can rest assured that the paper we are using for the supplement is FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council) certified, and that it comes from a supplier that produces paper using raw-material from well-managed forests in low-emission processes.
What do you think?
We’d love to hear your thoughts on the supplement once you’ve had a chance to take a look next month.
In the meantime, if you’ve received our previous supplements, for example on retirement, planning later life care or connecting your smart home, what did you think? Is this something you’d like to see more of from us?
Is there other helpful guidance would you want us to cover in supplement form in the future? Let us know!