Fizzy drinks are better than burgers for the planet!

New Oxford University research could open the door to eco-labels for thousands of supermarket food products

Easy as (Scope) 1, 2, 3

In this post I discuss Scope 1 and 2 emissions, the straight-forward aspects of carbon reporting

Government awards £54m to carbon removal tech projects

The funding aims to help develop new greenhouse gas removal industry in the UK

Experts to advise Scottish ministers on ‘fair heat decarbonisation’

The independent panel will investigate the costs of the transition to low carbon heating in Scotland

UK emissions fell by 13% in 2020

Consumer spending remains the largest contributor to UK emissions, according to ONS data

Cow burps to be taxed!

New Zealand plans to tax sheep and cattle burps in a bid to slash greenhouse gas emissions

Aussies emit four times more CO2 from coal power than the average person globally

Australia has the highest level of emissions from coal per person than any other developed country in 2021, according to a new report

‘A 20% reduction in beef consumption could halve deforestation’

New research suggests protein alternatives produced by microbes like fungi could help countries reduce livestock emissions

Europe had its warmest summer on record in 2021 due to climate change

Sea surface temperatures in areas of the Baltic and eastern Mediterranean regions were the highest since at least 1993, according to a new report

British emissions rose by 4.7% last year

The lifting of lockdown led to higher transport and power station emissions