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GIbson Mill, Hardcastle Crags

Natural flood management

Nature and people to benefit from a £2.6m environmental project project in West Yorkshire.
Changing diets

Changing diets

More than one in five Brits will be meat-free by 2020, according to a new survey.
Kellogg’s ends animal testing

Kellogg’s ends animal testing

After 65 Years, Kellogg's has ended deadly animal tests that aren’t required by law.
Weleda at LFW

Weleda Skin Food Spa at LFW

A Skin Food Spa sanctuary marks Weleda’s eleventh year sponsoring LFW’s The Model Zone.
Po-Zu goes vegan

Shoes fashioned from nature

Apples, coconuts and pineapple – Po-Zu goes 100% vegan for its Mainline AW19 collection.
Fashion Fights Poverty

Fashion Fights Poverty

Supermodels and music stars hit the catwalk for Oxfam show during London Fashion Week.
Love your clothes

Love your clothes

Patagonia’s Worn Wear Tour will show you how to love and look after your clothes, so you don’t need to buy more.
Refelctions of Buachaille Etive Mor

The Big Spring Beach Clean 2019

Surfers Against Sewage calls for action from mountain summits to city streets, from riverbanks to coastlines, to help stop plastic polluting our ocean.
Recyclers 'let down' by absent policies

Recyclers ‘let down’ by absent policies

MPs call for bold national Plastic Packaging Plan to help consumers, protect our oceans and create green UK jobs.
Pope Francis: go vegan for $1m

Pope Francis: go vegan for $1m

Paul McCartney, Moby, Chris Packham, Mena Suvari and Evanna Lynch back 12-year-old’s call for Pope Francis to go vegan for Lent.
Landfill in Kayu Madang, Sabah Borneo, Malaysia.

Turning off the plastics tap

Cross-party MPs join call for a ban on the export of our plastic waste to the developing world.
#TruthNeedsFriends

#TruthNeedsFriends

Kid truth-tellers make the case for the protection of whistleblowers in Europe.
The Smart Export Guarantee

The Smart Export Guarantee

With the FiTs closing at the end of March, do you still have time to install solar – and what’s next if you don’t?
Tony Juniper

Tony Juniper and Natural England

Environment Secretary Michael Gove has announced Tony Juniper is the preferred candidate to chair Natural England.
Twilight at Hadrian's Wall

Improving access to beauty

New maps show more than a third of people can’t easily enjoy England’s most beautiful countryside.
Sustainable fashion for kids

Sustainable fashion for kids

Beetle wings, banana skins and long shifts in the factory: Anya Hart Dyke explains why – and how – to teach children to wear their values.
Homes in rural communities

Homes in rural communities

CPRE warns of a ‘social housing crisis’ in the countryside as waiting list tops 100 years.
Archie the lion

Archie the lion

Street artist’s missing cat poster ‘unwittingly rubbed out by the public’, underlining our lack of awareness of the big cats crisis.
Constellation of Orion

The cosmic census

Countryside charity CPRE is inviting everyone to take part in Star Count 2019 to help map our magical dark skies.
Cosmetics and silicones

Silicones in cosmetics

This Q&A with NATRUE’s Dr Mark Smith reveals what you need to know about the silicones in personal care products.