How could Covid-19 clinical waste help slash Birmingham’s emissions?

Veolia’s energy recovery facility at Birmingham will process waste from a giant NHS Test and Trace laboratory to supply green energy

Domestic electricity skyrockets this year

Domestic electricity usage reached the highest level since the first quarter of 2013, new BEIS report reveals

Plastic-free PPE to fight pandemic and climate change

Research suggests new PPE entirely made from paper emits 85% less carbon

Energy suppliers’ customer service ‘hit a new low’

Ofgem’s latest report show consumers’ satisfaction with customer service has decreased by 4% in the first quarter

Water bills forcing customers into hot water

Nearly 41% of customers are worried about money over the next six months, Ofwat new research shows

China’s CO2 emissions ‘hit decade high’

Emissions from fossil fuels and cement production rose by 14.5% during the first three months of this year, according to a new report

Nearly a third of Energy Chiefs believe ‘demand will fully recover in 2021’

Energy bosses suggest grid modernisation, digitalisation and more renewables should be among the sector’s top priorities post-Covid, according to a new report

Almost 36% of Brits to fly less post-Covid

A new report suggests more than half of people in the UK would prefer to see more investment in greener public transport

Plastics: The next challenge for sustainable organisations

Businesses are well aware of climate change and what can be done to tackle it, but the issue of plastics is one that has also been at the fore-front of public discussion.

Are Covid vaccines making world’s sand shortage worse?

Experts warn some places already run out of sand, a commodity used in the production of vaccine glass vials