Asda is launching a new “sustainability store” where shoppers will be able to fill containers with own-brand products as well as Kellogg’s cereals and PG Tips tea.
The Glasgow School of Art’s Winter School 2020 will bring together hundreds of creatives at their north campus in Moray to tackle the urgent worldwide issue of climate change.
Soaring demand for products that save energy and cut down on waste has helped flat pack furniture giant Ikea brush off a “challenging” retail market to report a hike in annual sales.
An international forestry conference comes to Aberdeen tomorrow, aiming to increase awareness and drive sustainable forestry up the national agenda.
Journey times in the UK’s most gridlocked cities could be cut if electric scooters are legalised, new research suggests.
Aberdeenshire Council has become only the second Scottish local authority to recognise the latest definition of Fair Trade.
Crofters have hit out at Highland councillors for their “betrayal” of the culture and future of crofting across the region.
A Forres-based company that helps organisations to become more sustainable has been praised by a Moray MSP for its “cutting edge” ideas.
From Glastonbury to the Stonehaven Folk Festival, outdoor gatherings fuelled by music, drinks and portable loos have never been more popular.
Boardmasters surf and music festival has announced it is implementing a re-usable cup scheme to reduce the amount of single-use plastic generated.
More than 25 of the UK’s best-known retailers have signed up to a series of pledges on collective action to tackle environmental issues, inequality and modern slavery.
Bins across Aberdeenshire could be emptied just once every three weeks in an attempt to divert money towards the region's mounting waste crisis.
By Peter Shields, chief executive of Aberdeen process improvement company BusinessPort