Overseas business trips ‘to fall by more than a third’ in post-coronavirus future

Around 89% of business professionals think their company’s overseas travel in the next few years will be significantly reduced compared to pre-pandemic levels, even after travel restrictions are eased

Energy used to cook UK’s turkeys ‘could power 35,996 EVs for an entire year’

EV infrastructure provider Chargepoint says the power used to get 10 million turkeys on the table could theoretically fuel a Nissan Leaf’s journey to the moon and back 583 times

Think you’re acting green? Think again…

New research shows there is a dramatic disconnect between the behaviours people think will have a positive impact on the planet and the ones that will actually make the biggest difference

Upcoming hotel allows guests to cut costs by going green

The world’s first hotel where the price is determined by the carbon footprint of each guest’s stay is to open in the city of Kontiolahti, Finland

Zero-carbon aviation ‘unlikely to be feasible by 2050’

That’s the verdict delivered by Chairman of the Committee on Climate Change, who says emissions from aviation could be reduced by around a fifth by the mid-century

More than 50 mobile operators agree to disclose climate impacts

The companies, which include AT&T, BT Group, Orange and Vodafone, are making the move as part of a major initiative led by GSMA

Gucci claims to get emissions in the bag with offset scheme

The fashion giant plans to offset emissions by contributing to four UN-backed forestation schemes

Chinese data centres ‘produce more emissions than 20 million cars’

The country’s data banks and server units produced a total of 99 million tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions last year alone

Could the real enemy of climate change turn out to be furniture?

It’s unlikely that your Chaise Longue is the sole reason the icecaps are melting but a new study suggests home furnishings do have a surprising impact on the environment

Government’s actions to tackle climate change ‘falling well-short of what’s needed’

The Committee on Climate Change has warned the government’s policies are still only making sustainable changes at an “incremental” level