The brand is encouraging consumers to send their empty crisp packets to a recycling firm, who will turn them into everyday items like furniture and trays.
Conservative MP Hugo Swire has left Brexit to one side in order to bring the “Government's attention” to the illegal trade of seahorses.
A bid to bring back the lynx, which became extinct in the UK more than 1,000 years ago, has been rejected by the Environment Secretary.
George Barda, the spokesperson for Extinction Rebellion, the group responsible for causing disruption to London traffic this week, has said that “unless you are Donald Trump” there is no doubt climate change is caused by carbon emissions “pumped out” by humans.
Jamie Kelsey Fry from Extinction Rebellion, a climate change group, has said that his organisation is made up of “the 99%” not “middle-class lefties” and that they have people from “all backgrounds”.
A number of climate change activists have been arrested after staging protests in Westminster, including trying to block Downing Street.
A group of environmental activists have occupied the government building for the Department Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, in a protest against fracking.
The brewer is set to reduce its use of plastic to package the product by more than 75%.
Michael Graham argues in favour of plastic, despite widespread bans aimed at reducing waste and pollution
Countries have agreed to cut greenhouse gas emissions from shipping by at least 50% by 2050 in a bid to tackle climate change
Mike Graham and Gareth Redmond-King were discussing the environmental impact of lamb
Exploration director Robert Schmittner says more research now needs to be done in the cave
Julian Kirby appeared on Mike Graham's show after the Prime Minister vowed to eliminate plastic waste by 2042
Corbyn was responding to a report showing nearly two-thirds of British youngsters were living in areas of illegal air pollution
Twitter users are wondering why what was once a red, white and blue Brexit is now green and is it supposed to be hard or soft?
Former Green party leader Natalie Bennett says charging people for disposable coffee cups will make the public think about the resources they are using