Refitted Bournemouth store promises 92 per cent reduction in carbon emissions and 15 per cent cut in water use
Marks & Spencer last week became the latest supermarket to tout its green credentials with the opening of its first "eco" store in Bournemouth. The store, which is the first of four planned pilot stores...
Supermarket plans to phase out own brand, single-use plastic packaging within five years, as rival Lidl announces ban on black plastic across fruit and veg range
Ministers meeting on climate change, oceans and clean energy kicks off with joint UK-Canada commitment to smart grids and energy storage
National Drought Action Group warns water supplies in north of England remain low after scant rainfall this summer proved 'tough on farmers'
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