UK sanctions Russian oligarchs Usmanov and Shuvalov

The two are worth a reported $19bn combined and will now have all British assets frozen

Which Premier League team emits the most carbon?

A new report has collated the data of the distances travelled by last season’s teams and calculated the emissions this has produced in the past five years – who comes out on top?

Fans to get charged up by Gunners

Arsenal and Octopus Energy have unveiled new EV chargers in the fan car park at Emirates stadium

Arsenal player starts delivering on his pledge to plant 3,000 trees for every win of his team

The football player has planted his first seeds after four wins from Arsenal

Arsenal football player pledges to plant 3,000 trees for every victory by his team

The initiative aims to raise awareness about climate change

Arsenal FC Battery Storage Podcast

Special podcast on battery storage at the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal FC shoots and scores with energy storage project

The battery can store enough energy to run the 60,000-seat Emirates stadium for an entire match

Arsenal’s restaurant scores three stars for sustainability

  The Diamond Club at Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium has scored three stars for green dining. The Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) said it achieved the highest ‘Food Made Good’ rating – a first for a sports stadium restaurant – by demonstrating “outstanding levels” of sustainability across its operation. It rates restaurants based on a wide range […]

Gunners go green in renewable energy deal

The home of Arsenal Football Club has become the first Premier League stadium to source 100% of its electricity from renewables. The North London club has extended its contract with Octopus Energy to power the 60,000-seat Emirates Stadium using food waste and solar panels. The contract signed last week follows a year long trial by […]

Green score for Arsenal Football Club

A total of 10 London businesses have won a prize for achieving the highest carbon savings. The winners of the ‘Business Energy Challenge’ set by the Mayor of London include supermarket Sainsbury’s, Arsenal Football Club and ExCel London. Around 75% of London’s carbon emissions come from buildings and 43% from workplaces, according to the Mayor’s office. The […]