France initiates an eco-friendly project, offering financial support for clothing repair to combat waste and promote responsible consumption. This aligns with global sustainability efforts. The EU introduces a law requiring smartphone manufacturers to create devices with easily replaceable batteries, aiming to reduce electronic waste and foster sustainability. This resonates with worldwide attempts to combat e-waste. Meanwhile, Killarney in Ireland makes history as the first town to ban single-use coffee cups, encouraging reusable alternatives and demonstrating a commitment to reducing plastic waste. These initiatives mark significant steps toward a more environmentally responsible and sustainable future.Read more
Everything you need to kick start your sustainability journey!
This August our key sustainability spotlights - Irish Inventor Fionn Ferreira has created a groundbreaking solution to remove microplastics from water. UK is due to ban single use plastics from 1st October (sadly with some exceptions) and New Zealand bans single use plastic bags for fruit and vegetables in all supermarkets.Read more
Our top tips on how to have a lower emission holiday and reduce your carbon footprint tailored to UK travellers. We've done the research so you don't have to and by following these tips, you can contribute to sustainable travel practices and help protect the environment while still having an amazing holiday.Read more
Learn why planting trees is essential for a sustainable future and how partnering with organizations like Ecologi can help combat deforestation and climate change. By donating to tree planting projects, we can offset our carbon footprint and promote social and economic benefits for local communities. Discover how The Source Bulk Foods is making a positive impact on the environment and join us in supporting a more sustainable future for all.Read more