Turkey’s coal mines could power 7m homes with solar energy

Coal is responsible for a quarter of Turkey’s GHG emissions

Ukraine war leading to more fossil fuels is ‘mutually assured destruction’

The UN Secretary General has said countries turning to more fossil fuel imports in light of the crisis is ‘madness’

Canada invests $27.2m in Westinghouse’s small modular reactor technology

It will support Westinghouse Electric Canada’s efforts to successfully license its eVinci micro reactor in the country

Chevron Phillips reaches settlement to clean up three chemical plants in the US

The company will pay a $3.4m civil penalty and is estimated to spend around $118m to resolve allegations it failed to operate and monitor industrial flares

How smart meters can lead to more efficiency…

A new study reveals that measuring heat loss from homes could be the answer to cutting emissions in buildings

Global countries make ‘historic’ commitment to tackle plastic pollution

Heads of state, environment ministers and other representatives from 175 nations have agreed to develop a legally binding agreement by 2024

Water Plus announces Net Zero ambition

Water retailer and Green Apple Environment Award winner Water Plus has announced its aim to be Net Zero across its Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions by 2025

Canada provides $182.7m for farmers to reduce emissions

Activities supported through the fund are expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to two million tonnes by 2024

Envoy Technologies charges ahead with electric car share in Hawaii

Residents at the Halekauwila Place Apartments located in Kaka’ako, Honolulu, can book the Nissan Leaf car share through the Envoy Mobility app

EU and Norway announce plans to establish Green Alliance

They reaffirmed their commitment to reduce emissions by at least 55% by 2030 and achieve domestic climate neutrality by 2050