UK start-up signs land rental agreement to build its first energy storage demonstrator at the Port of Leith
Making the net zero home a reality: Schneider Electric and Sustainable Ventures launch clean tech competition
Competition will give startups and SMEs a chance to develop their solution in partnership with Schneider Electric.
Agriculture faces a more challenging ride to net-zero than other sectors, warn the analysts, due to the sector being enormous in scale yet highly decentralised.
French start-up secures backing from Goldman Sachs and others in bid to expand its marketplace for refurbished smartphones, laptops and tablets
Richard Lowes at the University of Exeter argues that the encouraging rhetoric in the government's latest green heat proposals conceals a paucity of ambition that looks to be way off track against the UK's net zero emission goals
EU-funded wind tower – built out of wood "stronger than steel" – will spur a number of commercial projects in Sweden, Modvion said, and marks a major breakthrough for the development of taller, lower-carbon wind turbines.
Project designer for £7m council minewater district heating project set to heat “fuel-poor homes” was appointed last week.
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone and Indeed.com founder Paul Forster among high profile investors in green laundry start-up Oxwash
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.
Green and ethical smartphone pioneer reveals plans for latest upgraded model
Heather Clancy takes the microscope to the tech giant's first foray into nature-based solutions
The coronavirus lockdown may have led to a fall in emissions, but assumptions that home-working automatically cuts carbon could prove to be wide of the mark
Confederation of Paper Industries issues plea for public to ensure PPE is disposed of safely, amidst fears waste material could contaminate recycling
Up to £5m of interest-free loans for electrical waste treatment facilities and £600,000 of grants for charity-sector reuse organisations are now up for grabs
Packaging giant hopes that its new principles will cut waste, boost the amount of reyclable packaging materials on the market and address a widespread confusion among consumers over what types of packaging are recyclable.
Offices, shops, and hotels are still using roughly 84 per cent of their typical energy demand during lockdown, according to findings from energy performance consultants Carbon Intelligence
Startup says new sustainability board hires, engagement platform for young adults, and contract with engineering firm will move it closer to its new carbon goals.
IEMA fellow Amber Harrison, director of CSR and sustainability at SITA, considers the impact of disruptive technologies on the sustainability profession
Planet Tracker argues failure to disclose food loss and waste-related supply chain emissions exposes investors to heightened financial risk