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Top Ten Tips for an Eco-Friendly Christmas

Christmas is a magical time of the year for all ages, but whether we like it or not, the festive season means a large increase in waste going to landfill. Our top ten tips for an eco-friendly Christmas will help you to reduce your environmental impacts, and could even save you a bit of cash,.

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National Tree Week UK, #TeamTrees, and More Small Image Showing Tree Sapling Growing in the Forest

National Tree Week, #TeamTrees, & More

From 23rd November – 1st December 2019, it’s National Tree Week here in the UK. While deforestation does continue to be a global issue, there is a promise of some hope on the horizon. It’s no secret that the planet is in a state of climate emergency. Complacency and irresponsible ways of living have caused.

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Top 7 Data Protection Tips for University Students

Freshers’ week is upon us and another year of university is about to begin. For university students of all ages, your journey into further education can be both exciting and stressful. While many students are experiencing true independence for the first time, it’s important to enjoy yourself, make new friends and find your feet. However,.

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Protecting Children’s Identities Online, at Home and at School

From March 2018 – 2019, there was a total of 693,418 reported fraud offences in England and Wales – 9% higher than the previous year¹. Of these cases reported, a large proportion of victims were young people.  With identity theft against children and young people on the rise, we must take steps to safeguard against.

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How You Can Plant Trees from the Comfort of Your Couch

According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 18 million acres of forest are destroyed every year. That’s equivalent to 28,125 square miles, or an area the size of Ireland. If this rate of deforestation continues, life on earth as we know it will change forever. The good news, however, is that.

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