Global decarbonisation ‘slows to lowest rate since 2011’

PwC suggests greater consumption of fossil fuels increased total emissions by 2% in 2018, marking the fastest rise in emissions in seven years

Utility sector ‘must reduce emissions more than other sectors’

The Science Based Targets initiative says of the 237 companies with validated science-based targets, utilities must reduce emissions the most.

More than 50 mobile operators agree to disclose climate impacts

The companies, which include AT&T, BT Group, Orange and Vodafone, are making the move as part of a major initiative led by GSMA

Could the real enemy of climate change turn out to be furniture?

It’s unlikely that your Chaise Longue is the sole reason the icecaps are melting but a new study suggests home furnishings do have a surprising impact on the environment

Have you got beef with a greener planet?

We headed out into the streets of London to ask the public what they thought of banning beef and whether they would consider adapting their diet to tackle climate change

AECOM launches ‘living laboratory’ in the Scottish Highlands

The Natural Capital Laboratory, believed to be the first of its kind in the world, will document the rewilding of a 100-acre site near Loch Ness

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – Are you an energy mastermind?

The Energy Club’s mission is for members to share and enhance individual expertise from fellow members

The Future of Business Energy by npower Business Solutions, Energy HQ

Episode 1: Blue sky thinking – cut the red tape and turn policy on its head

US energy-related carbon dioxide emissions ‘to fall in 2019’

The Energy Information Administration notes nearly all of the forecast decrease is due to fewer emissions from coal consumption

Finnish fund targets 850MW of renewable energy capacity

It will invest in a diversified portfolio of ready-to-build utility-scale solar and wind projects in Europe and the US