Can community action cut fly-tipping?

For the past year Hubbub has partnered with Oldham Council exploring whether community action can cut fly-tipping. We worked in five streets to gain a greater understanding of the causes of fly-tipping and to explore solutions. Results have been mixed.Read more

Hubbub launches #WhatsInMyWash campaign

There 's growing concern about plastics ending up in rivers and oceans. Straws, coffee cups, cosmetics, wet wipes and even tea bags are being viewed in a new light. But what about our clothes? #WhatsInMyWash?Read more

Can the fashion industry become sustainable?

Our fashion hub has been they hardest challenge and difficult to make a difference at scale. Awareness that change is needed has increased but major break throughs seem a way off. Here are five things we have learned.Read more

What can the war on plastic learn from disposable coffee cups?

Since Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall’s TV announcement that less than 1% of cups were recycled a considerable amount has changed. There is much that can be learned from this as the government embarks on its war on plastic.Read more

Hubbub launches new food waste partnership

To celebrate Stop Food Waste Day, Hubbub is delighted to announce a new partnership with Compass Group UK & Ireland and Winnow, exploring ways to reduce ’plate waste’, the food customers throw in the bin, from corporate and university restaurants.Read more

Why has Hubbub bought a horsebox?

Last year we trialled the 'Trashconverter' van to tackle litter in the Forest of Dean. From this pilot, we learnt that using a van had its drawbacks, so this year the Trashconverter is back, as a horsebox.Read more

The story of a start-up charity: why there are five B’s in Hubbub

We started Hubbub four years ago, aiming to take a fresh approach to environmental campaigning by engaging a mainstream audience. We started with £25,000 and a set of clear principles, but gradually a growing number of companies expressed a desire to collaborate and together we have created a portfolio of activities which we couldn’t have dreamt of at the early outset.Read more

How to have a greener Easter

In the UK we buy more than 80 million boxed chocolate eggs each year at Easter, generating 4,370 tonnes of card waste and costing around £299 million. If you want to save money or produce less waste this year, here are top tips for a greener Easter.Read more

Who inspires you to live greener? Nominate to win

We are looking for your favourite UK-based bloggers, vloggers or movie makers to be part of a go-to shortlist for green lifestyle advice! Between Friday 30th March and Tuesday 10th April, tell us who inspires you to live greener, and why, using #mygreeninspiration.Read more