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Bluebell flowers in Sherwood Forest, Nottingham

Threats to ancient woodlands

The number of threatened ancient woodlands in the UK has topped the thousand mark.
Businesses want to go green

Businesses want to go green

Businesses want to become greener – and hope to save cash, too.
Oil production in Bahrain

Funding fossil fuels

UK taxpayer-backed fossil fuel projects are causing millions of tonnes of emissions.
Lewis Pugh completes Antarctic swim

The world’s most perilous swim?

UN Patron of the Oceans Lewis Pugh completes historic swim underneath the Antarctic ice sheet.
Food waste falls

Food waste falls

Household food waste now totals 6.6 million tonnes – down from 7.1 million tonnes in 2015.
Heinz unwrapped

Heinz unwrapped

Heinz to remove 175 tonnes of plastic shrink wrap per year from cans in UK Tesco stores.
Palm Oil Scorecard

Palm Oil Scorecard

WWF scorecard report reveals companies ‘too slow to switch to deforestation-free palm oil’.
Winging it

Winging it

Supermarkets urged to set meat-reduction targets, as UK chicken boom fuels deforestation in South America.
Davos, Switzerland

Money vs Davos goals

Davos financial players pump US$1.4 trillion into fossil fuels, reveals new Greenpeace report.
‘All frills and no filling’

‘All frills and no filling’

EU sustainable investment plan ‘falls far short’, says WWF.
Asda trials refill and reuse scheme

Asda’s refill trial

Big brands join Asda’s quest to reduce plastic at the supermarket’s first ‘sustainability store’.
The Agriculture Bill calls for a radical rethink of UK farming

The Agriculture Bill

A ‘radical rethink of farming practice’ will see farmers paid for public goods such as healthy soil and animal welfare.
#ListenToThem

#ListenToThem

Today: Australian School Strikers call for climate vigils in solidarity with Australian bushfires.
New coal mine in Cumbria?

New coal mine in Cumbria?

Plans for new coal mine ‘incompatible with UK climate ambitions and unnecessary’, finds new report.
Turtle Journey

Turtle Journey

Greenpeace, Aardman and Oscar-winning actors collaborate on groundbreaking new animation highlighting global ocean crisis.
Fitness and mental health

Fitness and mental health

Exercise is ‘like taking a little bit of Prozac and a little bit of Ritalin’ – here’s how to get the anti-depressant effect.
Lifestyle choices 2020

Lifestyle choices 2020

6m Brits to cut down on meat in 2020, putting the resolution alongside recycling and plastic reduction.
Chlorine, hormones and the US

Chlorine, hormones and the US

BBC Countryfile exclusively reveals no US trade deal will allow chlorine-washed chicken or hormone-treated beef into the UK.
Green light for eco traffic signs

Green light for eco traffic signs

At least 75% of the traffic signs and signals supplied by TWM in 2020 will be powered by solar or wind.
Solving plastic solution

Solving plastic pollution

Plastic is just the tip of the ‘single use’ iceberg, as alternatives potentially cause more harm.