Thousands of staff at the University of Manchester have engaged in actions aligned with the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals, including environmental sustainability, gender equality and responsible consumption
If you’ve blown your student loan already but are too buried in deadlines for a part-time job, selling your clothes online could be the answer
All courses at Sheffield University will now include a series of lectures on sustainability
Fashion is the second most damaging industry in the world. Amelia Dunn explores fast fashion, and offers some sustainable alternatives.
The SU’s decision making body was overshadowed by low student attendance
This week, Sainsbury’s puts ‘barbecue flavoured crickets’ on their shelves across Manchester. Could insects be the answer for our environmental issues?
Students often rely on fast fashion companies for stylish and affordable clothes, but more environmentally friendly solutions are available.
Vice-Chancellors of five UK institutions have pledged to work with the Government to reduce carbon emissions
Some Native Americans and allies have used the debate to address the need for social change in the fashion and beauty industries.
Becky Mundill volunteered at FareShare and shares her experience volunteering for the food distribution charity
Online Editor Bec Oakes, discusses how to become a more sustainable consumer with very little effort or spending
Researchers at Washington State University have found bacteria which can ‘eat and breathe’ electricity
Save money for yourself and save the planet with Want Not Waste, the new zero-waste store in the SU
“ALYX’s vision goes beyond the surface, being a brand that wishes to influence a much wider contemporary culture, rather than just idly producing clothing.”
Research from the University of Manchester shows the consumers are willing to change their consumption habits to combat climate change.
Chloe Hatton sat down to chat with Sophie Marriott about all things environment
Inspired by this week’s focus on sustainability, Freya Poppy Wild took some time to remind myself of the joys of second hand shopping