Rising sea levels, extreme temperatures and soaring humidity could make it impossible for athletes to compete in many major cities around the world, study warns
Rising temperatures will radically limit the number of cities able to host the summer Olympics by 2084, according to a study by the University of California Berkeley (UC Berkely), published last week in...
UK's first independently certified 100 per cent renewable electricity product hits the energy market with promise to bring a new 'level of rigour' to the green electricity market
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Moixa, Northern Powergrid and Energise Barnsley launch new trial to create 'virtual power plant'
Architect and founder of the cradle to cradle movement set out the argument for a new 'carbon language'