SSE Renewables renames two of the largest offshore wind farms in development in Scotland

The two projects are to be renamed to Berwick Bank wind farm and Marr Bank wind farm

‘UK has lost green areas as large as Suffolk and Sussex combined over last 25 years’

Kent, Essex and West Yorkshire were the top three counties which saw the highest urban increase, while Argyll & Bute, Sutherland and Inverness in Scotland gained the largest area of woodland

First ‘natural beauty extension’ since 1991 granted governmental approval

The plan will see the Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty expanded by around 38 square kilometres

Gaia says no! Episode 3 – The Nexus

The Nexus is the point where humans have as much influence as mother nature on the planet. Are we there? If so what will we do?

Exeter City Council builds its first solar and battery storage project

The plant is expected to help electrify the council’s operational fleet and help the region achieve its 2030 carbon-neutrality goal

Chancellor set to announce £5,000 ‘Green Homes’ vouchers for households

As part of the rumoured scheme, households will be given vouchers to pay for energy efficiency upgrades, which could save an estimated £600 every year on energy bills

Could coconut oil be more environmentally-damaging than palm oil?

The researchers say this disparity in impact and perception highlights the difficulties of ‘conscientious consumption’ and note consumers lack objective guidance on the environmental impacts of crop production

France to issue fines as high as €135 for dropping masks and gloves on the streets

This is part of a campaign, which aims to raise awareness about the risk of microplastics spreading in the air, water and food chain

German research rules the roast with low carbon BBQ tech

A new innovation is said to be able to reduce the amount of exhaust fumes generated by barbecues by 90%

Commuter hotspots in London recorded up to 50% drop in air pollution during lockdown

It also suggests 80% of Londoners would like to work remotely after lockdown to some extent and 73% of Londoners are happier not dealing with rush hour