US nanotechnology researchers reveal new energy generating textile fibres that could power small electrical devices
A new type of power dressing, a prototype shirt that generates an electric current as a result of its wearer's movements, was unveiled by US nanotechnology researchers yesterday. Zhong Lin Wang, a...
As many as 55 banks and financial firms including Standard Chartered and Amalgamated Bank have already committed to setting climate targets under the new system
The energy giant is aiming to slash greenhouse gas emissions and air travel while electrifying most of its vehicle fleet by 2030
The energy regulator's new net zero advisory group is a welcome development, but not having government housing ministers among its membership is a major oversight, argues Good Energy's Kit Dixon
'It's too late to be a pessimist': Paul Polman urges businesses to 'de-risk the political process' on net zero
Speaking at BusinessGreen's Net Zero Festival, the former Unilever CEO emphasised business community's increasingly important role in pushing policymakers towards more ambitious climate action