Premier ethical online retailer the Ethical Superstore has just revealed a new range of ethically produced products to help you and your family have an ethical summer. Check out the following products, all of which will help provide good clean, green fun for all the family this summer.
A research consortium led by the University of Dundee has been awarded a £2million grant to explore means of generating and supplying power to rural areas in developing countries which do not have access to centralised electricity networks.
A massive 40% of the UK's carbon emissions come from energy used in the home and for travel. Small measures to increase the efficiency of personal energy usage can therefore make a significant difference to this global problem.
Growing your own vegetables, whether in your back garden, in a local allotment or just in window boxes, has become a popular past time – particularly for those who want to live simply, sustainably and healthily.
Gas and electricity prices went up by a whopping 42% in 2008, meaning that the average household had an extra £381 to pay. The good news is that Good Energy - a ‘green’ electricity supplier – has now dropped its prices. Click here to find out how