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From our humble origins in the kitchen of a terraced house in Leeds in 1976, Suma worker’s co-operative has evolved to become the UK’s largest employee-owned supplier of natural and organic goods. Being 100 per cent employee owned and managed means
November 7, 2014 By Suma
Join the Great British Bee Count to help build a nationwide picture of bees’ health by using the Friends of the Earth Great British Bee Count App! There’s currently no accurate picture of the condition of bees in the UK. We know that bees are going
July 11, 2014 By Friends of the Earth
Ten pioneering technologies are vying to gain access to investors in the annual edie Innovation Competition.
April 27, 2016 By edieLive
With the effects of climate change, the ice in the Hudson Bay is forming later and melting earlier each year, making it more difficult for the female bears to find enough food to support their cubs, and so gradually the number of bears is dwindling.
There’s an icy wind blowing in from the west, rain is driving hard against my waterproofs threatening to find a way in ... In front of me it’s just ocean – all the way to the ice of the South Pole.
I am standing on the side of a giant crater. If I hadn’t just been informed otherwise I’d fancy that a huge meteor had crashed into the land here, flattening the earth below and pushing debris into a ring around the core of the impact.
The Woodmead Halls in Lyme Regis is preparing to roll out a length of virtual red carpet on Saturday 26th March. Talented international writers and poets will be arriving to hear who has won a share of the £3,000 prize money in this year’s Magic