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Are your pants bad for the planet?

Are your pants bad for the planet?

Pants, briefs, knickers, underwear: whatever you call them, we wear them every day and, sooner or later, they wear out. There’s not much of a second-hand market in undies (thankfully!)...

5 easy DIY jobs to improve your home’s energy efficiency

5 easy DIY jobs to improve your home’s energy efficiency

Keep your home warm and cut your energy bills as well as your carbon footprint with our top tips for improving your energy efficiency yourself

What is COP26 and what does it mean for you?

What is COP26 and what does it mean for you?

The 26th annual COP climate change summit is taking place in Glasgow this year. What does it mean for you at home?

One small step: Can you clean up your bathroom habits?

One small step: Can you clean up your bathroom habits?

There will be plenty of talk at COP26 – as there is at every climate change summit – about nationally determined contributions, science-based targets, and net zero commitments. In the...

What does Amazon’s Climate Pledge Friendly label really mean?

What does Amazon’s Climate Pledge Friendly label really mean?

Amazon's Climate Pledge Friendly label is designed to help you make more sustainable choices. But does it actually work? We've investigated the benefits and limitations of the scheme.

How to be more eco-friendly while you’re working from home

How to be more eco-friendly while you’re working from home

One in two home working Which? members are using the time at home to cut their carbon footprint. If you're looking at home working long term, find out how to save energy at home.

New ‘sniff test’ labelling campaign aims to cut food waste

New ‘sniff test’ labelling campaign aims to cut food waste

Campaigners and food manufacturers have teamed up to launch the ‘Look, Smell, Taste, Don’t Waste’ label, which urges consumers to trust their own judgment before throwing away certain foods

40% of green claims made online could be misleading consumers

40% of green claims made online could be misleading consumers

An international study has uncovered websites using environmental claims that could be considered misleading. Find out how to avoid greenwashing online.

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