A survey by campaign group Beyond the Box has found that doing something good for the environment can actually increase our mood.
The biggest story in the headlines this week is the news that Sainsbury's have announced they are launching a new plastic recycling scheme, in this scheme customers will be able to recycle polypropylene which is used to make items like salad bags and frozen food bags
Research carried out by environmental charity Hubbub has found that 1 in 6 adults have made their new years resolution to live more sustainably. This article hopes to give some potential ideas in which this can be done
As being one of the most picturesque cities in central Europe, Ljubljana is one of the world's greenest cities and it even won the European Green Capital in 2016
Blackburn has joined forces with Darwen Council have asked residents to take part in a festive competition which will give them a chance to win cash prizes but will also help educate residents in recycling.
In the news this week there is a focus on two toy companies joining Terracycles toy recycling program in a bid to make toys more sustainable
This week's stories making the headlines focus around Christmas trees and specifically around the Compton care hospice charity
Due to the announcement of lockdown number 2 - the recycling challenge for this month would be to aim to reduce the amount of food waste that is generated and this article helps to try and offer solutions
Ikea are launching a furniture buy back scheme, customers can now return their old Ikea furniture for a voucher for up to 50% of the original selling value to be used in store against new furniture
Network Rail are just about to launch a new campaign for coffee cup recycling in their stations, during the pandemic the amout of users reduced but now customers are on the rise making this a perfect time for this initiave to be launched