Recycling is becoming increasingly important in the UK and across the world. Recycling allows us to reduce the amount of natural resources that we take from the earth, as well as using less energy than creating new products, which helps …Read more »
Recently planet Earth welcomed its seven-billionth child. As more and more of the world’s resources are devoted to sustaining our growing population, and during a time when finances are tight, let’s ask the question: how resourceful are we? And how …Read more »
Let’s face it, everyone is feeling the pinch in their pockets as prices continue to rise. Buying a new outfit or accessories for every occasion just isn’t possible, even by shopping in the cheapest of outlets. A whole new movement …Read more »
Has your Apple iPhone gone rotten? Has your BlackBerry gone all sour? Well a blast from the past is set to bring the fun back to your mobile!
We all remember the Christmas of 1999 when scores of us woke …Read more »
Gold, platinum, silver and diamonds are worth big bucks. Musicians rap about bling, girls go mad for jewels, while lads go mad at the soaring cost of gems and trinkets.
New information this week however may justify the price tag …Read more »
Today is a turning point in the war against waste food. A new ‘magic’ ingredient has been discovered by scientists, which could wave goodbye to mouldy cheese, rotten eggs and use-by dates.
The natural preservative, named Bisin, is believed to …Read more »
As it’s summer, here in the Envirofone we’ve ditched the crisps and cosy nights in sat slumped in front of the TV. Instead we’re snacking on all things healthy – apples, rice crackers and the like – in a bid …Read more »
A survey carried out by The Times revealed …Read more »