Wet wipes clog up the River Thames

A new report has found that wet wipe pollution in the river has grown to the size of two tennis courts in the last six years

London to Egypt through an offshore wind cable!

Industry body forecasts that 63,200 kilometres of array cables are to be installed globally by the end of 2030

‘Air pollution is on Ella’s death certificate, they cannot ignore me’

Rosamund Kissi-Debrah, mother of a nine-year-old girl who died from a severe form of asthma spoke to ELN during a fringe event at COP26 in Glasgow

Less than half of Brits care about what’s going on at COP26

A new study has found that only 46% of the country are paying attention to the climate summit, with some people even thinking it’s taking place in London

COP26 Live: London’s King’s Cross unveils carbon-neutral certification

All buildings in the 67-acre regeneration site are now powered with renewable energy

COP26 Live: London Mayor becomes new Chair of global network of megacities

Sadiq Khan has pledged to commit two-thirds of C40’s budget to support climate action in Global South cities that face the worst impacts of the climate change

Energy crisis claims another supplier!

Bluegreen Energy Services supplies gas and electricity to more than 5,900 customers

Young activists ‘occupy’ Science Museum over sponsorships with fossil fuel firms

Student climate activists held a candlelight vigil “to commemorate the victims of these sponsors”

Big energy firm stops business air travel as part of net zero drive

Domestic flying has become a thing of the past for ScottishPower workers

Liberty Charge seeks to address on street charging deficit with fully-funded solution

Liberty Charge has chosen the public sector and local government event, Solace Summit, to launch as a Charge Point Operator (CPO), committed to tackling the chronic under-supply of easily accessible on-street charging in the UK.