Renewable energy firm’s Christmas party blamed for Covid-19 Omicron outbreak

The corporate event was allegedly a super spreader event of the new coronavirus variant in Oslo, Norway

How sustainable is this year’s Christmas tree?

A new study has revealed that more than half of Brits are looking to shop more climate conscious this Christmas

Energy used to cook UK’s turkeys ‘could power 35,996 EVs for an entire year’

EV infrastructure provider Chargepoint says the power used to get 10 million turkeys on the table could theoretically fuel a Nissan Leaf’s journey to the moon and back 583 times

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Carnaby Street’s Christmas decorations shine a light on sustainability

Carnaby has teamed up with ocean conservation charity Project Zero to create a “theatrical underwater scene” representing different areas of the ocean in need of conservation

Carnaby Street’s Christmas lights illuminate the need for ocean conservation

The decorations used are made up of recycled, repurposed or reusable materials, including water-based, eco-friendly, vegan paint

Zero Waste Christmas Market puts a wrap on unsustainable gifts

The event aims to cater to the 70% of Brits looking to ‘go green’ and reduce their environmental impact

John Lewis and Waitrose to stop selling Christmas crackers containing plastic

From next year, the small gifts contained in their crackers will be made of recyclable materials such as metal and paper games

Could wrapping presents get us in a sticky situation?

UK waste collection firm Business Waste suggests sticky tape can pose a real environmental hazard

Green energy set to cook millions of Xmas puds

UK Power Networks has connected enough green power for the steaming of the puddings this weekend