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How plants make your office more productive

In the first field study of its kind, researchers found enriching a barren office with plants could increase productivity by 15%


5 September, 2014
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Eating less meat could help conserve water

The world is running out of water but, say researchers, cutting back on meat may be one way to help conserve more for future generations


5 August, 2014
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Trees clear the air, cut healthcare costs

New research has shown that “urban forests” – city trees and parks – contribute significantly to our health and wellbeing


31 July, 2014
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Health risks for women and men from industrial chemicals

Two new studies have linked industrial chemicals to breast cancer and damaged sperm – how many more before we take this stuff seriously?!


15 May, 2014
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USDA report shows GMOs bring few benefits

They don’t increase yields, they don’t increase profit, they don’t reduce the use of toxic pesticides – what exactly are GMOs good for?


26 February, 2014
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New guide gives consumers the low-down on toxic chemicals

The new ‘Dirty Dozen’ list from the Environmental Working Group focuses on hormone disrupting chemicals in everyday products


4 November, 2013
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Bacterial resistance – another good reason to avoid triclosan

Triclosan – a synthetic antibacterial widely used in personal care products – is fuelling the development of resistant bacteria in streams and rivers


24 September, 2013
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Heatwaves can aggravate gastrointestinal problems

New evidence links the kind of extreme weather caused by climate change to gastrointestinal illness and IBD


16 August, 2013
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Victory! EU bans bee-harming neonics

Hurrah! The European Union has finally stepped up and banned three bee-harming neonicotinoid insecticides – but there’s still work to do


29 April, 2013
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UN report: human health threat from environmental chemicals

A damning new analysis has concluded that toxic chemicals found in a range of everyday products are a global threat to health


20 February, 2013
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