East of England faces unprecedented water challenges, study finds

The East of England is the most challenged region, grappling with water scarcity, rising temperatures and an influx of over 720,000 residents in the next two decades, according to a new study

BayWa r.e. secures €6.5m EU funding for agri-PV projects

The company will build projects that combine agriculture with solar power generation across five countries

Cheers to tears: Climate change threatens taste of beer

The climate crisis is poised to alter the flavour of beer and potentially increase its cost due to declining hop yields and quality, according to a new study

Methane emission crisis threatens global climate goals

Urgent action to reduce methane emissions from fossil fuel operations is essential to meet global climate targets, the International Energy Agency has warned

Derby AD plant upgraded for food waste processing

Severn Trent Green Power’s refurbished Derby AD facility is now prepared to process food waste, with upgraded capacity and treatment processes

UK’s largest CO2 supplier to permanently close ammonia plant

CF Fertilisers plans to permanently close its ammonia plant at the Billingham Complex to “ensure the long-term sustainability of its business in the UK”

UK solar farms provide haven for wildlife, reveals national survey

Solar farms can support declining species and enhance pollinator populations, according to a report by Solar Energy UK

CCC: ‘NI must restore power-sharing government for net zero success’

Northern Ireland set the goal for net zero by 2050 last spring

Farms to receive cash injection from private sector to save the planet

Improving data access and giving clarity on high-integrity environmental markets could boost a sustainable agriculture sector

UK farming blamed for ‘more than a quarter of particle pollution in cities’

London, Birmingham and Leicester are hit by particle pollution created more from agriculture than other sources from the cities themselves, according to a new research