Natsu Fest: The Last Dance – What’s next for Manchester’s community clothing brand?
From an early collaboration with Wagamama to starting a music festival in his backyard. We sat down with student clothing brand owner Dhara Nat Sufraz Patel to talk everything Natsu Clothing.
Let’s cook sustainably
An ap-peeling bunch of methods and recipes that will prevent your bananas from going to waste!
What is ‘The Yard Sale’?
The Mancunion speaks to the founders of The Yard Sale to discover their vision and what The Yard means to them
Primark goes online – RIP sustainable fashion
Primark has announced they’re moving online. But why? Is this really necessary for an already successful company?
Agony Aunt Angela: Being Eco, Period.
We all want to be more sustainable when it comes to our periods, but is a menstrual cup a gift or a nuisance?
In conversation with Softer People, a sustainable art brand
From spreading good vibes to creating sustainable fashion: an insight into how Softer People became the brand it is today.
Books storage solutions that aren’t past their shelf life
Check out our five books storage solution ideas which are budget-friendly and suitable for any student home
The joy of independent bookshops
Independent bookshops are struggling due to the impact of coronavirus and the national lockdowns in the UK. Lucy Evans reflects on the joys of the independents and the need to support them.
10 sustainable beauty swaps
You may have made your fashion habits more sustainable but have you considered the environmental impact of the beauty products you use?
The sustainable, multi-use French girl beauty secret
Skincare has become increasingly gimmicky in recent years but this simple soap could be the answer to your beauty woes (plus, it can also be used as stain remover)
Dreaming of a green Christmas?
I’m dreaming of a green Christmas, here are some tips for celebrating ethically
Want Not Waste: The SU’s eco-venture
Save money for yourself and save the planet with Want Not Waste, the new zero-waste store in the SU
I’m dreaming of a green Christmas
An environmentally friendly Christmastime is becoming more and more important as climate change prevails — Byron Gamble suggests greener alternatives to your holiday traditions
‘Come Slowly-Eden!’: Why allotments matter
Eva Gerretsen visits Growing Together, a volunteer run allotment providing stability to refugees and asylum seekers. She explores the benefits of home-growing for both the environment and personal health.
It’s easy being green
From H&M to Stella McCartney, Deputy Fashion and Beauty Editor Talia Lee-Skudder reveals how green fashion is a trend we will all soon be embracing
Student charity shop ‘The Closet’ trashed at Pangaea
Last week, the sustainable student charity shop, ‘The Closet’, opened its doors to the students of Manchester but following Pangaea Festival