With air pollution now a global pandemic, it’s time that everyone takes meaningful steps to make a difference and strive to create a cleaner, safer environment. There are numerous ways you can do your bit, so make reducing air pollution your New Year’s Resolution for 2019. read more
Can we really say that electric cars are a cost-effective & eco-friendly solution? Or are we ignoring the elephant in the room? read more
Plastic as we know it, has only really been around since mid-way through the 20th century but in that time it has made its way into every part of our daily lives. From clothing to cuisine, its abundance has certainly been hard to avoid. read more
Scientists have shown that the equivalent of a rubbish truck full of plastic is entering our oceans every minute! With only a third of UK households’ plastic waste actually recycled each year, it’s time to start thinking of alternatives and #PassOnPlastic. read more
Air pollution is the name given to substances carried in the air that are harmful to our planet and to our health. You can’t always see it or smell it, but air pollution is a secret killer. According to a report by the Royal College of Physicians, exposure to air pollution is said to cause around 40,000 deaths in the UK every year, and more than 9,000 early deaths in London alone.
Single-use plastic is more topical than ever, particularly since the harmful effects its use is having on the environment and oceans was brought to our attention in the most recent series of Blue Planet. read more
Electric cars are growing rapidly in popularity and car manufacturers everywhere are angling for a piece of the action. Even Dyson is in the process of manufacturing its own model in a bid to hop aboard the electric vehicle bandwagon. But perhaps it’s not all it seems…
With the Paris Climate Agreement forcing (almost all) governments around the world to evaluate how best to tackle climate change, reducing carbon emissions is more pertinent than ever. But it can’t just be left to those in power.
Each of us as individuals has a vital role to play in shrinking our own carbon footprints, and the best place to start is by looking at how we use our cars. Why? Car pollution is one of the major causes of global warming causing both immediate and long-term effects on the environment.