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Welsh holiday resort paves the way by turning nappies into paths in world first

Bluestone National Park Resort in Pembrokeshire, West Wales, has become the first company in the world to utilise nappy recycling technology in the construction of infrastructure for its new range of Platinum Lodges, using 60,000 disposable nappies. With an accumulation…

Tree nursery’s acorn class of thousands to boost county biodiversity

A wise old tree is set to get a major modern boost across Denbighshire. As world government’s discuss improving global biodiversity at the UN Biodiversity Conference (COP15) at Montreal Canada, work is moving forward to help Denbighshire’s environment at a…

Public meeting and fundraising concert set to boost fight to save ancient Amblecote meadow

Campaigners fighting to save Corbett Meadows from redevelopment into a site for new homes have called a public meeting. Instead of 90 new homes on the 14-acre site, the Corbett Meadows Action Group says a better use for the land…

Innovator’s harmless dog poo bags set to clean up across the globe

A dog lover is all set for global sales after innovating a range of sustainable dog poo bags that dissolve in water. The idea for what George Greer calls a ‘revolutionary’ new environmentally-friendly product came after walking his beloved four-year-old…

Pembrey Country Park most awarded Blue Flags in Wales

Popular with tourists, campers and walkers alike, Pembrey Country Park has won more Blue Flags for it’s beaches than anywhere else in Wales. Cefn Sidan has secured the prestigious Blue Flag status once again in 2022, making it the most…

Eco-health centre plan for Black Country meadow aims to preserve site for future generations

An eco-friendly health and wellbeing centre could take pride of place on ancient meadowland in Amblecote earmarked for housing, if campaigners fighting to save the space get their way. Plans to consult the wider Stourbridge community are now under way…

Eco Friendly Products – Are they worth it? Here’s Five Products We Tried Because they Were Green And Kept Using Because They Are Awesome!

For some time now, I have been on a mission to cut down on my own carbon emissions and have been looking for more eco-friendly products to help me do that. I traditionally held the view that eco-friendly products would…

Summer Outdoor Activity Ideas for Kids from Yakult

With the Summer holidays looming, and lockdown restrictions easing, parents will be seeking out engaging ways to keep the whole family entertained. Yakult has teamed up with environmental education practitioners Jo Schofield and Fiona Danks, to create free outdoor ideas…

5 ways you can help save rainforests and the world everyday 

Helping to save the planet from climate change can seem like an impossible task – but it’s not. Climate change is a human problem, and we can all contribute to worsening it, or helping to fix it. Even small individual actions, or slight changes in habits can have a…

Our ocean sparks feeling of wonder but also concern, reveals new ocean awareness survey

The Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) and the Ocean Conservation Trust, have today published the results of the largest ever ocean literacy survey held in England and Wales, which measured public awareness, attitudes, knowledge and behaviours related…