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Renowned for its violas and Wild Swan anemone, this Dumfries & Galloway nursery has launched its 2019 catalogue; if you're after plants for a cottage garden, you're spoiled for choice

High plateaus of Andalusia

Climate change and poor farming practices have caused land degradation in Andalusia, for decades Spain's most popular holiday destination, being home to Malaga and the Costa del Sol. The TUI Care Foundation wants tourists to keep coming so has teamed up with a local partner to start to restore the landscape and regenerate food production

New figures from the Office of National Statistics shows the number of women in design jobs has hardly grown over the past 14 years, remaining at just over 20 per cent

More than 20,000 of us joined beach and river clean ups over the autumn, the largest number ever says organiser Surfers Against Sewage

Tanya Steele, WWF UK CEO and Dave Lewis, Tesco CEO

The World Wildlife Fund and Tesco have announced a long term partnership that aims to make food and food shopping sustainable

Electrolux

The Swedish appliances giant has come out as the most sustainable Swedish company making consumer goods in a new ranking system

The Pacific ocean has a concentration of plastic covering an area three times the size of France, say environmentalists

Alexander Rose wood bench from The Garden Furniture & Interiors Co
Photograph by Marcus Westburg, Kahuzi-Biega National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo

A new book captures the life of our Great Apes with photographs for it taken by some of the world's leading wildlife photographers

We have to halt climate change and achieving a circular economy is a key element of that. Japan has pledged to advance the circular economy when it takes up the presidency of the G20 next year