‘A 20% reduction in beef consumption could halve deforestation’

New research suggests protein alternatives produced by microbes like fungi could help countries reduce livestock emissions

Oil and Gas Authority rebrands as North Sea Transition Authority

Oil and gas are still “vital” for energy security, the regulator has said

UK peat use blamed for millions of tonnes of ‘avoidable’ CO2

Peat extraction in 2020 alone could release up to 880,000 tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere, new study finds

Eni signs up for carbon capture deal

The project aims to create the ‘world’s first’ low carbon industrial cluster

China’s first megaton-scale CCUS project completed

Sinopec’s Qilu-Shengli Oilfield CCUS project is expected to reduce carbon emissions by one million tons per year, equivalent to removing 600,000 cars from the road

UK’s leading oil and gas trade body changes its name

By rebranding itself, OGUK aims to include low carbon offshore energy technologies

Edinburgh sets new ambition to be a Million Tree City by 2030

Edinburgh already outstrips other Scottish cities by having more trees per head of population, with more than 730,000 urban trees compared to around 519,000 residents

Wales bans fossil fuel heating systems in new social homes from October

They must instead meet the highest energy efficiency standards to reduce carbon use during construction and when occupied, in addition to developers required to consider recycling and food waste storage

Government fires up ‘hydrogen revolution’

The Business and Energy Secretary has today set out the UK’s ‘first-ever’ Hydrogen Strategy that is forecast to unlock £4 billion investment by 2030

How much carbon can you capture with your joystick?

SSE Thermal and Abertay University have partnered to develop an educational video game to raise awareness around carbon capture and storage