This article from the BBC talks about the importance of putting air quality improvements at the forefront of a recovery following the CoCovid pandemic.
This article from The Guardian looks at the huge benefits around clean air, healthy diets and increased exercise that come with positive climate action.
This article from the Met Office discusses whether the UK is experiencing more heavy rainfall and flooding events and whether human activity and it's influence on the climate is increasing the chance of these events.
All too often climate change activism is seen as a white middle-class pursuit. This article sheds light on just a few of the climate activists within the BAME community working to change that.
This article by Greenpeace looks at the profiles of just some of the amazing young people from BAME backgrounds who are doing great things in the fight against climate change.
Fast fashion has a hugely negative impact on the environment. At one end of the industry it takes roughly 10,000 litres of water to grow just one kilogram of cotton and at the other end around 350,000 tonnes of used clothing goes to landfill in the UK every year.
This article looks at another compelling reason to turn your back on the fast fashion industry and start buying sustainably made and 2nd hand clothes instead:
The half a million people from ethnic minorities being forced to work in appalling conditions in China's cotton industry.
Happy Eco News was founded in January of 2018 as a personal project to help its creator find some nuggets of positivity in the vast sea of unpleasant environmental news stories.
If you want a reliable, unbiased source of information on the impact our eating habits have on the planet, this article in particular will be of interest to you.
This article discusses how vehicle tyres are a huge contributor to the microplastics that end up in our oceans.
Facing up to the climate crisis and not being overwhelmed by it are very difficult things to balance. This article has some interesting thoughts on how to strike that balance.
So many people have never even heard of microfibres, yet we all contribute to their presence in our oceans every time we do our laundry. This article looks at what needs to be done to change this.