Anglo-Russian metals firm produces aluminium with ‘world’s lowest’ carbon footprint

The firm has used an inert anode technology that is claimed to drive down emissions from the smelting process

New Zealand becomes ‘world’s first’ country to legislate for climate reporting

The country’s financial sector will be required to report what impact its investments are having on the climate

Chinese official asks Japan’s Deputy PM to take a sip of Fukushima treated water

The call follows the Japanese Government’s decision to release more than one million tonnes of treated water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant into the ocean

British Gas engineers ‘fired’ as deadline for signing new contracts ends

‘Graveyard of vans’ from sacked engineers have allegedly been formed

Scheme helps people grow cucumber-like fruits to replace plastic washing sponges

The initiative aims to encourage people to do their bit to reduce plastic waste

Cranfield University builds hydrogen plant in pursuit of technology that reduces emissions

The project will test a novel technology that could support large volumes of hydrogen production at a lower cost

ENGIE to build low carbon homes and school at former coal-fired power station site

The disused Rugeley Power Station site will become home to nearly 2,300 new low carbon homes

Racist power cuts? Minorities in Texas more likely to have blackouts

Areas mostly inhabited by people of white background had an 11% chance of suffering an outage compared to a 47% chance in high minority share areas, according to a new report

EDF joins the Hydrogen Taskforce

The coalition will also include representatives from EDF’s proposed nuclear power plant in Suffolk, Sizewell C

IKEA owner bags 49% stake in eight Russian solar farms

The total capacity of 160MW is forecast to provide enough electricity to power 17 IKEA stores in Russia