The designers accredited with the Estethica label at London Fashion Week have been confirmed, while WRAP announces the launch of the new Extending the Life of Clothes Awards.
Eight out of ten consumers say their buying decisions are influenced by manufacturers' and distributors' respect for the environment, according to a new poll by Tiendeo.
Some 27,000 Tesco customers voted for the recipients of carrier bag charges in Scotland and Wales, with Keep Scotland Beautiful and Keep Wales Tidy topping the poll.
The Soil Association has published a briefing detailing the benefits on food production offered by organic cotton, released to coincide with Organic Fashion and Textiles Week.
The University of Glasgow has developed a new, faster form of hydrogen production which it says 'solves common problems' normally associated with producing electricity from renewable sources.
Boris Johnson has reiterated his call to scrap diesel cars with the highest emissions and supported proposals to offer incentives of up to £2,000 per vehicle for a scrappage scheme.
British Gas has released the results of the first week of its Smart Meter Challenge, finding that many have been 'pleasantly surprised' at the low levels of energy used.
The cross-party Energy and Climate Change Committee says the government 'must do more' to support UK businesses' development and sale of low-carbon technologies.
Ed Davey has released 'Paris 2015: Securing Our Prosperity Through a Global Climate Change Agreement', setting out the UK government's plans for a climate deal ahead of next year's United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
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