Edible drinks capsules get splash of government funding

Notpla, which is backed by drinks giant Lucozade Ribena Suntory, will use the funding to take its Ooho product a step closer to commercialisation

Eco-pots spring up for greener houseplants

POTR Pots has launched a range of innovative and eco-friendly plant pots able to self-water houseplants and cut carbon emissions

Have you got beef with a greener planet?

We headed out into the streets of London to ask the public what they thought of banning beef and whether they would consider adapting their diet to tackle climate change

Waitrose unveils eco-laundry product ‘to wash without detergent’

It says the EcoEgg Laundry Egg is free of harsh chemicals and can be used up to 70 times

Low carbon travel in Scotland offered £13.25m in funding

Projects could include those that encourage walking and cycling and promote the uptake of electric vehicles

Napapijri makes the catch of the day with recycled fishing net jacket

The fashion brand made the new product using a high-performance yarn recycled from fishing nets and other plastic waste materials

Plant-based plastics sprout up with £60m government investment

Along with an expected £149 million investment from the private sector, this money will be used to slash single-use plastic pollution

Southern cities ‘outperforming rest of the UK in terms of sustainability’

A new report highlights a growing geographical divide between cities in the north and south with regards to going green

How can Britain green its international supply chains?

The Global Resource Initiative (GRI) taskforce met to discuss how the supply chain of key commodities can be fully sustainable

New partnership turns a latte of coffee cups into Hallmark cards

Paper mill James Cropper will supply responsibly-sourced paper pulp to the company to make a new line of green greetings cards