John Humphrys - How Many Children Should We Have?
Prince Harry seems to believe that people should have no more than two children. Larger families, he implies, are incompatible with sustaining the planet as a place where human beings can go on living.21 days ago
Most Brits blame climate change for recent heatwave
There is widespread acceptance across all social groups that climate change played a role in last week’s record-breaking temperature23 days ago
Half of Britons wouldn't take a trip to the moon, even in guaranteed safety
Most common reason is simply just a lack of interestabout 1 month ago
Plastic-conscious Boots customers approve of paper bags
Health and beauty chain Boots has joined other retailers in pledging to swap plastic bags for paper, after facing criticism earlier this year for keeping medical prescription bags in plastic to protect medication during transport.about 1 month ago
Ethical clothing move by Asos aligns with views of eco-conscious
Fast fashion is an increasingly hot topic as consumers become more environmentally aware, conscious about the impact of their shopping habits and look to reduce waste.about 2 months ago
Waitrose strips away supermarket plastic in response to changing public sentiment
Supermarket chain Waitrose has begun a trial to cut down on plastic packaging by removing it from flowers and plants, offering loose fruit and vegetables and allowing customers to refill their own containers with produce such as pasta, rice and cereals.2 months ago
Concern for the environment at record highs
It is now seen as the third most pressing issue facing the nation3 months ago
Which science-based conspiracy theories do Britons believe?
One in four think the threat of climate change is exaggerated and one in six believe the moon landings were staged, reveals YouGov study on conspiracy theories4 months ago
John Humphrys - Extinction Rebellion: Noble and Necessary or a Pointless Nuisance?
Campaigners against climate change have brought key areas of central London to a halt and plan to go on doing so for at least a fortnight. Their aim is to ‘bring London to a standstill’ to make the public realise that the threat to our way of life and to the very survival of the human race is far more serious and imminent than most people imagine.4 months ago
Food manufacturers should take advantage of ‘flexitarian’ rise
Consumption of meat and dairy alternatives such as Quorn and plant-based milk is growing, even among people who are not exclusively vegan or vegetarian.5 months ago