New York’s clean economy employed nearly 160k workers last year

The state’s clean energy economy has seen 8.9% employment growth since 2016, nearly double the growth of its overall economy

London goes car-free today

More than 20 kilometres of roads around Tower Bridge, London Bridge and the City of London are closed, as well as many other streets around the rest of the capital

ELN investigates the Global Strike for Climate

The Global Strike for Climate launched today across more than 150 countries to push governments around the world to step up action on saving the planet

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Duke Energy takes aim at 2050 net zero target

The US power company has unveiled an updated climate strategy, announcing a new 2030 goal to cut its carbon dioxide emissions by at least 50%

Eco-pots spring up for greener houseplants

POTR Pots has launched a range of innovative and eco-friendly plant pots able to self-water houseplants and cut carbon emissions

Waitrose unveils eco-laundry product ‘to wash without detergent’

It says the EcoEgg Laundry Egg is free of harsh chemicals and can be used up to 70 times

Could going green make others question your sexual orientation?

The disturbing answer is that it might – new research led by Pennsylvania State University shows specific types of environmentally-friendly behavior are often associated with masculine or feminine stereotypes

The number of people being murdered defending the environment is soaring…

New research shows more green activists are being killed each year than the number of soldiers from the United Kingdom and Australia killed in war zones

Utilita Energy to pay £175k for carbon emissions reduction failings

The supplier’s failure to meet its obligations could have led to customers missing out on £30,000 of savings on their energy bills

Southern cities ‘outperforming rest of the UK in terms of sustainability’

A new report highlights a growing geographical divide between cities in the north and south with regards to going green