Meet Superfinger, battling the nemesis that is standby and fighting unnecessary energy usage all over the h...
What will a greener life in 2030 Scotland look like? Scotland 2030 is a series of interactive videos that follow a typical day of a Scottish family.
Electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids and other low emission vehicles are going further and becoming more a...
Extra scenes from Too Good to Waste.
Video diaries from Too Good to Waste.
Eight of the nation’s favourite celebrities make some surprising discoveries about their waste and how much it costs them. Watch our double acts go greener together – and see how much some expert advice can save them each year.
Extra scenes from Passing It On, the second series of Too Good to Waste.
In 2013, Too Good to Waste: Passing It On returned to our screens in three parts. During this second series, we revisited Kaye Adams, Fred MacAulay, Shereen Nanjiani, Stephen Purdon, Chick Young, Des McLean and Julie Hannah, to find out if they have changed their ways or if they are still wasters.
Greener living helps to make Scotland a cleaner, healthier and better place to live. Tackling our wasteful ways is just one area where we can improve – whether it’s keeping the heat in, cutting food waste or curbing fuel costs.
The Scottish Government has invested over £85.6 million in the Climate Challenge Fund since its launch in 2008, and 622 community groups taking action through 986 projects on climate change have benefitted.
Tackling climate change can seem like a daunting one, but a series of small, simple changes in your everyday routine can help.
We can do so much if we do it together. Watch our videos to find out what could happen if everyone in Scotland joined together to live a greener lifestyle.
Innovations in technology mean that today’s recycling processes are highly sophisticated.
Did you know that avoidable food and drink waste costs the average household in Scotland around £470 a year?
One of the more fuel-efficient or alternative-fuelled vehicles on the market could cut your carbon emissions, fuel bills and vehicle tax. Plus the most eco-friendly cars don’t require vehicle tax at all.
If your energy bills are rising, it makes more sense than ever to insulate your home.
Saving energy and money at home begins with a good look around each room. Think about the gas and electricity you use for heating and lighting and to power appliances. It all adds up to a lot of energy.