"There is no actual milk," says Björk, surveying her fridge.
Don't let apples rot in the bowl – our Dinner Doctor's orchard of treats includes crunchy chorizo and cider tapas to exotic salads
The art of repairing clothes was being lost, but with half a million taking up sewing in the last year, a whole new generation is picking up the thread
Going for fresh food produced in your own area is a nice idea – but does it have more to do with feeling smug than eating better?
It's Earth Day today and Apple has revealed they are now recycling all products free of charge and had pledged to continue using renewable energy.
Protesters and unions from around the world heavily criticise mining company Rio Tinto on Tuesday over alleged lapses in safety leading to the deaths of 41 people and a string of claimed environmental abuses.
BP will come under pressure at its annual meeting this week to explain how its decision to take a 20% stake in Russia's biggest oil company Rosneft is going to be affected by the country's standoff with the west over Crimea.
RSPB and ornithologists express disgust after 12 red kites are found dead in Black Isle area, targeted with lethal toxins
China's largest online travel agency, Ctrip.com, has launched a 'haze-travel insurance package', allowing tourists to claim compensation for trips ruined by pollution
BP is closer to restoring its operations and reputation in the US after agreeing a deal with environmental protection authorities that it will enable the oil firm to bid for new drilling rights in the Gulf of Mexico.
Nearly one-fifth of world cultural heritage sites would be affected by global warming of a further 3C, scientists warn
Hundreds of developers spent Sunday coding apps to help those affected by floods in the south of England
Growing food in population centres would increase yields, cut transport costs and overcome limited land area