'Exactly the sort of innovation water companies need to be embracing': Battery storage system installed at Preston plant
Two units "the size of shipping containers" are set to optimise onsite solar, provide power resilience and reduce emissions at the wastewater plant, which services 260,000 homes and businesses in North West England.
Report warns that investors must put their clout behind emerging innovative technological solutions, such as offshore closed cage systems and onshore recirculating aquaculture solutions, for the industry increase production supply through 2030.
With airlines looking at an annus horribilis in 2020, planes could follow coal plants as Europe's next stranded asset, writes Vlerick Business School's Professor David Veredas
'Prophetic action': Christian groups divest from fossil fuels and call for low-carbon Covid-19 recovery
Call to action from more than 40 Christian organisations worldwide calls on governments to prioritise "just recovery" to pandemic.
EU urges member states to attach green conditions to State Aid, after revamped rules omit mandatory climate conditions
Revised State Aid rules published by the European Commission on Friday require that large companies report on how they use public funds in line with national and EU green goals, but falls short of mandating climate conditions for stimulus packages
The deal comes as the Norfolk-based car manufacturer gets ready to launch its first EV, a luxury 'hypercar' that will be sold for more than £2 million.
10 years of Sustainable Living: Unilever calls on government and corporates to end 'business as usual'
As consumer goods giant marks anniversary of industry-leading sustainability plan, chief executive Alan Jope promises beefed up new strategy and urges companies, governments, and NGOs to reject a return to 'business-as-usual' in the wake of Covid-19 crisis...
Modular housing will be able to weather Covid-19 crisis better than traditional construction due to controlled factory environment, L&G said as it unveiled plans to build 154 homes in Selby.
Major grid breakthrough comes as research project on Orkney reveals plans to use cutting-edge 5G-powered digital twin technology to encourage locals and businesses to engage with clean energy future
Antonio Guterres argues leaders must act decisively to deal with both the coronavirus and climate crisis - just hours after President Trump vows to bail out the US oil industry
London is an epicentre of green activity, boasting the sixth-highest concentration of sustainability professionals in the world, according to the findings.
But campaigners say the DfT must go further to actively promote the prioritisation of space for pedestrians and cyclists.
Covid-19 and climate change are vastly different crises, but the public health threat they pose and means of overcoming them may hold similarities, argues the REA's Dr Nina Skorupska
Two firms offer free household collection service for plastic bottle lids to combat global shortage of hand sanitiser dispensers
Civil society, researchers, and business leaders argue that multi-million pound transport industry bailouts must come with climate-friendly conditions attached
Royal Society study author argues people 'should be as appalled' by badly managed soils as deforestation
Leading energy firms aim to bring their expertise in Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage technology to the proposed north-east project
A deal between BNP Paribas and JetBlue has linked a revolving credit facility to an airline's sustainability performance for the first time
The firm's sustainability funds will exclude companies with thermal coal and oil sands exposure, it announced today
Major new report urges policy-makers to embrace demand- and supply-side incentives to drive EV innovation and manufacturing in the UK, or risk trade frictions driving economic and environmental opportunities overseas
IMO must toughen proposals or risk leaving shipping industry on business-as-usual course, study warns
A new paper from the International Council on Clean Transportation has found that short-term emission reduction measures proposed by Japan are unlikely to materially reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Government unveils plans to establish Ofgem as regulator for heat networks, while seven district heating projects across England secure support
YouGov poll indicates the environment is now the third top issue among voters behind health and Brexit
Landmark Environment Bill is set to be tabled in Parliament today, but concerns remain over strength of green targets and regulatory enforcement