Bees can guide us to garden as responsibly as possibly, from growing the right plants, to avoiding chemicals. For more wildlife-friendly gardening advice – including guides to peat-free compost, seeds and garden centres – download Ethical Consumer’s free Green gardening guide.
The heart in two swans’ necks, or the knot of a tree trunk. Otters holding hands. A breathtaking landscape.
Healthy Air Where You Live: A community campaign pack to help you raise awareness of and tackle air pollution in your area
We often think about the food we eat and how that affects our health, but how often do we consider the impact of the air that we are breathing? The truth is, the air that a lot of us inhale … Continue reading
Our dirty, unfair economy has the wrong priorities. How long will people stand for it?
We all know that fracking is bad; so why not switch your energy supplier to one that cares about the planet and generate a donation for us at the same time?