Billions of perfectly edible meals are chucked in our bins every year. According to the charity Fareshare, which redistributes supermarket food waste to people in need, 1.9 million tonnes of food is wasted by the food industry every year in the UK. And several million more tonnes are thrown from cupboards and fridges in households around the country, according to resource consultancy WRAP.
Buglife’s B-Lines project is attempting to create a series of ‘insect pathways’ running through our countryside and towns.
We’ve put together this handy guide to UX, CX, DX and beyond – and what they mean for your charity
Fat Beehive is expanding its operations by opening a Manchester office – which is very apt, as the worker bee has been an emblem of Manchester for over 150 years.
Fat Beehive has achieved certification to the internationally recognised ISO 27001 standard, establishing it as one of the leaders in its field.
If you’re in Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Newark-on-Trent or Tonbridge, you may already be aware of your local Google Garage.
This beautiful new campaign literally draws people’s most difficult thoughts on their faces. Started by photographer Charlie Clift and lettering artist Kate Forrester, they hope to inspire others to open up about their own mental health.
Digital technology is often talked about as having the potential to transform mental healthcare – connecting people, services and data in new and exciting ways.
Why mental health is so important to us at Fat Beehive, told by one member of our team