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What does sustainable fashion look like? Fashion Remade

Buying less, choosing pre-loved, restyling; there are all sorts of ways to make your wardrobe more sustainable. But what do new sustainable fashion designs look like? We visit Christopher Raeburns Remade studio to find out.

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Author: Heather Poore

Location: Christopher Raeburn Remade Studio,Hackney, London

Find your LAGOM balance at home

Lagom is the Swedish word for just the right amount, not too much and not too little. Whether you're after tips for cutting food waste in the kitchen or cutting energy bills, we share tips for you to find your balance at home.

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Author: Heather Poore

Location: Across the UK & selected households close to each IKEA store.,,

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.

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Author: Heather Poore

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  • The Community Fridge, coming to a corner near you?

    If you haven’t heard of a community fridge, we’ve little doubt that you soon will. They're popping up around the globe and becoming part of the furniture in community spaces and street corners. Read more

  • £1 million grant launched for community food waste campaigns

    Community groups can apply to the £1 million Sainsbury's Waste less, Save more grant fund to help local households cut the typical £700 worth of food wasted every year. Read more

  • Join the Square Mile Challenge

    We're on the hunt for business within the Square Mile of London to join the Square Mile Challenge and help prevent the 7 million cups that are thrown away in the UK every day. Read more