McDonald’s takes a bite out of the vegan market with new Veggie Dippers

The product will be made of rice, red peppers, tomato pesto, split peas and breadcrumbs

Future food systems ‘must capitalise on circular thinking’

That’s according to a new report published by Veris Strategies, which says this is necessary to improve in terms of ethics, fairness and sustainability

Green guilt… is it affecting you?

New research shows almost half of the country have also felt judged for not acting sustainably enough

Cellnex Telecom dials in to Science Based Target initiative

The wireless telecommunications and broadcasting infrastructure operator, which owns and manages a portfolio of 53,000 sites across Europe, aims to slash its emissions and align itself with the Paris Agreement

More than a quarter of workers willing to take a pay cut for a greener job

A new study from Totaljobs also reveals 28% of employees would consider quitting their job to work for an organisation they consider to be more environmentally friendly than their current position

Green home
Ensuring homes are green is fast becoming a priority for people across the UK

A new survey found 68% of UK residents would take eco-friendly features into account before deciding on a new home

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

2050 carbon target
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%