The Queen of the United Kingdom has reportedly banned plastic straws and bottles from being used across the various Royal homes and palaces.
Network Rail, the public body which manages the UK’s rail infrastructure, has announced plans to provide free drinking water across all of its railway stations.
The UK’s Department of International Development (DFID) has announced new funding to support climate change programmes in Zimbabwe.
The Dutch city of Eindhoven will play host to new apartments designed to provide a model for sustainable residential buildings.
Researchers at the University of Maryland in the US have developed a new type of super-strong wood, which could replace the use of steel in manufacturing.
The UN has produced new guidance for how its scientists should communicate the impacts of climate change.
The UK’s royal family will take part in an upcoming fashion initiative to celebrate sustainable clothing by designers from nations of the Commonwealth.
Submerging your sugary-based treats in coffee has just been made easier and more sustainable.
Eurostar, the high-speed train operator between the UK and mainland Europe, has set itself a new 10-point plan to fully incorporate sustainability into its business.
A new report from the Climate Council has highlighted both the threats and opportunities climate change poses for the tourism industry in Australia.
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