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

Formula 1 drops the flag for race towards net zero by 2030

The move will cover the Formula 1 cars, on-track activity and the wider operations of the motorsport, with carbon reduction projects due to begin immediately

Scotland
Scotland ‘could be poised for a clean heat revolution’

That’s the call from industry body Scottish Renewables, which suggests a new Heat Networks Bill could see the equivalent of 460,000 homes heated renewably by 2030

Birmingham Airport schedules a net zero arrival for 2033

The organisation has committed to cleaning up its carbon footprint by delivering cleaner airport operations, rather than relying heavily on carbon offsets

Global banking sector ‘is failing to respond to the climate emergency’

Boston Common Asset Management claims green banking initiatives have not changed lending and investment practices in reality

Carnaby Street’s Christmas lights illuminate the need for ocean conservation

The decorations used are made up of recycled, repurposed or reusable materials, including water-based, eco-friendly, vegan paint

Chicago leads US in energy-efficient office space

Chicago’s percentage of certified green office space increased to 71.1% in 2019, up from nearly 70% last year

Meat giant Maple Leaf Foods takes a bite out of emissions by going ‘carbon-neutral’

Meat production and consumption are widely considered to be major drivers of climate change

Aldi looks to net avoidable plastic waste with new reusable bags

The trial will launch across more than 250 stores in Scotland, the North of England and the Midlands from the end of November

High Court brands police ban on Extinction Rebellion protests as unlawful

Extinction Rebellion has suggested that the Metropolitan Police could now see “hundreds” of arrested protestors pursuing legal action