How to cycle in the city with confidence

While there are loads of benefits to cycling, getting peddling, especially in a busy city can seem daunting. Where's best to start when planning a cycling route? Where should you cycle in the city? What should you be wearing? Sarah's on the hunt for handy top tips to cycle confidently and save money on her commute.Read more

5.5 tips for saving money on your heating bill

Household energy prices continue to climb higher and higher each year, so we've pulled together some easy top tips on saving money on your energy bills and keep your home toasty.Read more

8 tips for a merry share-y Christmas

We've pulled together 8 ways you can do something special this Christmas by sharing or choosing thoughtfulness to fill stockings without emptying your wallet. Here's to a merry share-y Christmas.Read more

Love Your Forest

Creative ways to tackle litter in rural areas, using the latest thinking and designs from around the world.Read more

The Communitrees

Using nudge theory to reduce forest littering by creating 'Communitree' faces made out of litter collected from the forest floor, to keep a watchful eye on the forest.Read more

10 ways to breathe new life into your wardrobe

Bored of your wardrobe and feel the urge to buy this Black Friday? Hold on to your money and instead, professional stylist Emma Slade shares her 10 tips to revamping your wardrobe.Read more

'FAUX' alternative fashion magazine

Welcome to the world of fast fashion, where the clothes you buy are out of style before they’ve even been sold. 'FAUX' satire explores our obsession with the next ‘big’ thing and whether we really need to buy stuff to be happy.Read more

Moong bean daal

Worried about not feeling full after a full-veg meal? Try this moong bean daal, a hearty dish packed full of fibre and protein. Great for digestion, daal is usually served with homemade flatbreads or naan, and basmati rice.Read more

Tom's homity pie

By food activist and eco-chef Tom Hunt. This really is humble pie: leeks, potatoes, and cheese. In order to stay true to its make-do-and-mend roots, use up all your odds and ends of cheese from the refrigerator. Homity pie tastes best cold, so it makes great buffet or picnic food.Read more