Cambridgeshire parks and green spaces nationally recognised

National body The Amenity Forum has recognised Cambridgeshire's parks and green spaces this month; in light of its collection of well maintained, thriving outside areas. The accolade also gives thanks to the grounds teams that are responsible for building and maintaining these outdoor environments across the County.

Stately Sustainability: Which Royals are Going Green?

Sustainability has never been so urgent. Brands, celebrities, and the general public are all beginning to turn towards sustainable options, championing everything from eco-friendly fashion to conscious travel brands. The royal family is no exception to this movement, and many of Britain's royals have been seen to make big steps towards a greener way of living.

Could the UK Alone Plant Enough Trees to Save the Amazon?

According to world tracker The World Counts, we have 79 years until the rainforests end, assuming current trends continue. Indeed, the Amazon rainforest in particular has had more than its fair share of crises in the last decade, and you may be surprised to hear that the current Covid-19 outbreak has even wrought havoc on the planet's lungs.

How Rural Living Can Help the UK's Food Security Problem

Food security, put simply, is the state of having reliable access to enough affordable, nutritious food. While the UK benefits from a successful agricultural industry, many domestic and international factors affect food production and prices for consumers. This became evident during the world food price spike of 2008.