Chancellor: ‘In a perfect, theoretical world’ rich homeowners wouldn’t get energy bill discounts

Rishi Sunak explains why those that own multiple homes are receiving the same discount as poorer households and why he decided to implement the windfall tax

Will the next MasterChef wear CO2-capturing apron?

ELN spoke to a scientist who has developed aprons that absorb CO2 from the air before releasing it as nutrition for plants

Visiting the ‘world’s first’ net zero hotel

Room2 claims to be the first net zero hotel in the world – based in West London

Is air conditioning harmful to the environment and human health?

Dr Xavier Moya, Lecturer at the University of Cambridge spoke to ELN about the impact of polluting gases used on air conditioners on the environment

“Environment is today a more visible victim of the war in Ukraine”

A researcher spoke to ELN about concerns over the long-term pollution across over-industrialised areas in Ukraine

It’s silly to give more support for energy bills now, says Rishi Sunak

The Chancellor has hinted at a potential windfall tax if energy companies will not invest in the UK’s energy security

“Here in one minute someone dies and in two minutes someone else dies”

Sanctions on Russian oil and gas could bring a quicker end to the war in Ukraine, a Ukrainian climate campaigner has told ELN

Have you packed for a pee-powered mission to Mars?

A space technology researcher spoke to ELN about a new system that converts astronauts’ urine into fuel on Mars

Recycled plastic bottles leach chemicals into drinks!

The lead author of a new study told ELN recycled bottles could ‘contaminate’ drinks with more chemicals than new bottles

“Bust energy suppliers suffered from weak business models, not energy prices”

Fragile financial foundations were a “major catalyst” for failed UK energy firms in 2021, the boss of a fintech startup told ELN