The ComplEAT guide to the unusual food parts you didn’t know you could eat 

Food waste plays a big role in the climate crisis, but compleating – eating every edible part of our food – means delicious meals and zero waste

by Ellen Tout

Veggie Summer Delights: Just Add Sunshine!

These simple yet tasty vegetarian dishes are quick to make and are perfect for eating al fresco or inside whatever the weather

by Karen Pasquali Jones

Vegan Speedy Suppers You Can Make In Less Than Half an Hour

From Pad Thai to Nasi Goreng and onion tart these vegan dishes are big on flavour even if you’re short on time

by Karen Pasquali Jones

The Memo That Could Have Altered The Course of History

A global warming memo was placed on U.S. President Jimmy Carter’s desk back in 1977, warning of a need to move to renewables.

by Nick Ames

Empire of the Clouds: Low Emission Airships to Fly in Spain

Helium-filled airships which generate 90 per cent less CO2 emissions than a conventional aircraft could soon be sailing Spanish skies

by Nick Ames

Project Mootopia: How Ben & Jerry’s has concept of cutting Ice Cream’s Carbon Footprint licked

Ice cream maker Ben & Jerry’s is putting its dairy cows on a special diet to curb greenhouse gas emissions

by Nick Ames

The Daddy of All Dinners: Vegan Recipes for Father’s Day

Show him just how much you care with these easy but tasty plant-based recipes

by Karen Pasquali Jones

King Veggie: England’s Medieval Monarchs Followed Flexitarian Diets

Medieval monarchs ate mostly bread and vegetable stew saving meat and fish for very special occasions, experts have discovered

by Nick Ames

Five Cool Mocktails Your Guests Will Love

UAE non alcoholic experts, Drink Dry give us their four favourite guilt free tipples to keep you cool this summer

by Anthea Ayache

The Summer of Eco Love: How to Stop the Environmental Damage At Festivals

While we might think watching our favourite bands at Coachella or Glastonbury is an eco-chic event, the reality is that festivals belch out emissions and leave scars on the environment that can take hundreds of years to heal

by Karen Pasquali Jones