The importance of regular heating system maintenance in winter  

As the winter brings the biting cold and frosty mornings, it’s important to keep your heating system running smoothly. Here are some of the reasons why it’s so important to maintain your... Read more »

Why more shoppers are now embracing secondhand shopping

Secondhand shopping is rapidly emerging as a fresh approach for both buying and saving, and we can attribute this shift, at least in part, to inflation.  Inflation has ushered in a wave... Read more »

How to reduce your plastic use and go plastic-free

We use plastic for so many small conveniences in our daily lives, but most plastic items are only used for a few minutes before being discarded into landfills or oceans. It’s time... Read more »

How to dispose of your old gadgets responsibly 

The tech industry reached a $5 trillion market value in 2021. Although it’s hard to keep up with all the latest developments, gadgets are becoming a more integral part of our lives. ... Read more »

Protecting the Amazon requires looking beyond the rainforest itself

Now self-styled environmentalist Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, popularly known simply as Lula, is back in power as the President of Brazil, protecting the environment–specifically the Amazon–is back on the political agenda... Read more »

Green Living: Simple and Effective Ways to Make Your Home Eco-Friendly

Going green doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Making your home more eco-friendly can help you reduce your carbon footprint and save money on energy bills, and here’s how:  1. Use... Read more »

Growing number of mobile phones are being thrown away, rather than recycled 

Studies have found that most people don’t recycle their electronic devices. New research from the international waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) forum shows that around 5.3 billion mobile phones will be... Read more »

Red Cross warns that failing to prepare for future heatwaves could cause more deaths 

Deadly heat waves have become more common in recent years. It’s estimated that around 480,000 people die from extreme heat every year globally.  The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent... Read more »

New study reveals the impact pollution has on life expectancy 

According to a shocking new study, the global population will lose 17 billion years of life because of air pollution. The researchers found that nearly all of the world’s population are now... Read more »

President Biden invokes Defense Production Act to expand clean energy manufacturing 

Earlier this week, President Biden announced that he is invoking the Defense Production Act to boost the manufacturing of essential technologies for decarbonization, like solar panels, heat pumps, insulation, electrolyzers, fuel cells,... Read more »