It's time to #FlipTheMenu

This August the Sustainable Restaurant Association is asking restaurants to #FlipTheMenu and serve More Veg and Better Meat. In this guest blog, the SRA's Tom Tanner reflects on what we can all do to get involved.Read more

5 ways to create impact

How can a small team create a big impact? In three years Hubbub has been exploring different approaches to achieve this. We want to share what we have discovered and get thoughts on how we can improve.Read more

5 ways to make people care about invisible litter

Litter in the Thames is an invisible problem the average commuter doesn’t seem to notice it. Through #FFSLDN, we’re aiming to help people connect with the river and make them care about the litter that they can’t see. Here are five ways we are trying to do that.Read more

Coffee cups come back to life to make Manchester’s gardens greener

A look back at Hubbub's first coffee cup recycling campaign, it's expansion to London and key lessons learnt. Plus, where do we go from here?Read more

Hubbub launches world’s first Community Fridge network

Hubbub, Sainsbury’s, Bosch and North London Waste Authority come together to establish 50 Community Fridges across the UK to help cut food waste.Read more

Fermenting Fun, DIY draught excluders and growing gurus: IKEA workshops have it all!

500 free workshops up and down the UK and Ireland have been introducing some of the ideas of living LAGOM. Have you been a part of them yet?Read more

What is next for Hubbub?

Hubbub work best when set big stubborn challenges so what are the five questions we will be seeking to answer in the coming months?Read more

Top tips for a greener festival

Next week 150,000 revellers are going to be descending on a sleepy town in Somerset for Glastonbury, the big kick off to the U.K festival season. Our resident vlogger Sarah is one of the happy number getting her wellies and tent ready for Glasto so she’s put together her 6 top tips for going green this festival season.Read more

Hubbub trials Street Store

We've been working with Sainsbury’s to encourage people to extend the life of their clothes. Over the May Bank Holiday, we brought the first 'Street Store' to the South Derbyshire town of Swadlincote, encouraging residents to swap, style and sew their way to a new wardrobe.Read more

'Tidy Litterers' are polluting the River Thames; #FFS things need to change

300 tonnes of litter is scooped out of the River Thames annually, but many people don't connect this with their daily habits and over half admit to squeezing litter into bins that are clearly overflowing. Today we're launching ‘For Fish’s Sake’ #FFS to tackle litter in the River Thames and we're starting with 'tidy litterers'.Read more