Kamal Aftab was just 32 years old when he died from leukaemia.
Up until his final days, the committed Yorkshireman attempted to walk a marathon from the confines of his hospital room to help raise money for others with the same form of cancer.
Humanity could, if it wanted to, ditch fossil fuels in just a decade according to a new study by the University of Sussex.
This bold claim comes courtesy of Professor Benjamin Sovacool who believes the scarcity of resources, our fears over climate change and some vast
When seven-year-old Luka lost one of his favourite LEGO mini figures, he was pretty devastated to say the least.
Luka had spent his pocket money on the LEGO Ninjago Ultrasonic Raider set, and lost a key character (Jay) when he took it out during a food
Shoppers are increasingly turning to clothing labels for more than just size information.
Designers and shops are being asked to increase the transparency around where their clothes are made for Fashion Revolution Week (18th – 24th April 2016).
So we asked the people behind new and developing sustainable fashion companies
Online marketplace Etsy is aiming to smash the dated stereotypes of the "white, male" entrepreneur, one of its bosses has said.
Etsy's team celebrating their IPO last year
Nicole Vanderbilt, VP International for Etsy, said that 90% of its sellers were women and it aimed to
Picking out new clothes for you and your children is nothing out of the ordinary in the UK.
But in Uganda second-hand garments passed down over many years account for 81% of all clothing purchases, according to research by Dr Andrew Brooks, author of Clothing Poverty.
A British supermarket is trialling a weekly ‘slow shopping’ session to help elderly or vulnerable people shop in a “safe” and relaxed environment.
From 1pm to 3pm every Tuesday, special measures in Sainsbury’s in Gosforth, near Newcastle, will aim to make the store less stressful and