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Eight things electric car owners should know

Eight things electric car owners should know

You can charge an electric car in the rain but you shouldn’t ever tow a broken-down electric car yourself. We reveal what you really need to know about electric cars.

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Six ways to save money on reusable nappies

Six ways to save money on reusable nappies

Reusable nappies work out cheaper than disposables in the long run, but they can have a high upfront cost. Find out how to get big savings on reusable nappies and reduce your energy costs.

Five ways to holiday more sustainably when travel opens up again

Five ways to holiday more sustainably when travel opens up again

The Global Carbon Project estimates that the mass grounding of flights during the peak of the pandemic saw CO2 emissions from aviation reduce by up to 60%. How can we continue to make greener choices when travel is back on the agenda again?

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New ‘right to repair’ laws introduced: what do they actually mean for you?

New ‘right to repair’ laws introduced: what do they actually mean for you?

Manufacturers will now have to make spare parts available for washing machines, washer-dryers, dishwashers, refrigerators and TVs the first time. Repairs also need to be done using common everyday tools. But Which? are asking for the government to go further.

New, greener E10 petrol to replace standard petrol in pumps – is your car compatible?

New, greener E10 petrol to replace standard petrol in pumps – is your car compatible?

From September this year, most UK forecourts will sell the more environmentally friendly ‘E10’ petrol as standard in a bid to reduce emissions. This ‘greener’ fuel contains up to 10%...

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New Which? Eco Buys reveal the most eco-friendly fridge freezers, ovens and tumble dryers

New Which? Eco Buys reveal the most eco-friendly fridge freezers, ovens and tumble dryers

To be a Which? Eco Buy, a product must be among the most energy efficient and longest-lasting

10p plastic bag charge from today: are ‘bags for life’ good for the planet?

10p plastic bag charge from today: are ‘bags for life’ good for the planet?

Retailers now have to charge at least 10p for plastic bags, as the 5p levy doubles. But will it help the environment, and what type of bag is most sustainable?

Peat compost set to be banned – which peat-free composts are any good?

Peat compost set to be banned – which peat-free composts are any good?

The government has announced it intends to ban the sale of all peat compost in garden centres by 2024 as part of its England Peat Action Plan. This follows increasing...

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Sustainable shopping: four fruit and veg to look for in May and June

Sustainable shopping: four fruit and veg to look for in May and June

Find out why it's best to get your British asparagus, new potatoes, lettuce and berries at this time of year, plus why you might be better off buying tomatoes and apples from further afield

Could you save money by taking out a ‘green’ mortgage?

Could you save money by taking out a ‘green’ mortgage?

Which? explains how 'green' mortgages are growing in popularity, as lenders look to offer more sustainable deals and home buyers seek out eco-friendly homes.

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