UK’s biggest collaboration to improve recycling on the go

The UK gets through 13 billion plastic bottles, 9 billion drinks cans and 2.5 billion coffee cups each year and so much isn't recycled. #LeedsByExample launches with 23 collaborators to improve recycling on the go.Read more

Introducing #NEFFKitchenLove

How can we tackle household food waste in a way that involves the whole family? #NEFFKitchenLove launched on National Grandparents' Day is encouraging young and old to share skills and pass on favourite family recipes.Read more

Why Hubbub is urging people to Bring Back Heavy Metal

The UK gets through 40 million tonnes of portable batteries but only 45% currently get recycled, so this October we're making a noise about battery recycling.Read more

Five ways city living will have to adapt to climate change

Climate science suggests we will suffer more extreme heatwaves in future, so how will our daily lives need to change to cope?Read more

Getting Food Savvy in East Anglia

With the average East Anglian family wasting £810 of edible food per year, Norfolk and Suffolk County Councils have joined forces with Hubbub to fight food waste in the regionRead more

Can an unusual biker brake the cycle of litter?

A sculpture made from bike-related litter rides into the Forest of Dean to raise awareness on the issue of littering.Read more

A Meaty Challenge

We have to confront the fact that the rate at which we are eating meat is not sustainable but it's a thorny issue for environmental groups.Read more

The surprising benefits of an inspiration alley

Oldham residents transformed three alleyways from unusable and fly-tipped area into safe community spaces. Could this be a catalyst for change across the whole of Oldham?Read more

Tips for using less water in your garden

We've asked gardener and designer Renée Canter to share her tactics for making sure the plants in your garden grow and thrive – without needing too much time or waterRead more

How to switch kids from having baths to showers

‘Bathtime’ is a special time for you and your children, but when is the right time to start showering? Showers use less water than baths, and saves time and effort too. In this blog, mum of two Charlotte shares her top tips for getting children to swap bath time for shower time.Read more