Carbon emissions cool off with Unilever partnership

The liquid nitrogen-based engine proved to be cheaper, quieter and greener than equivalent diesel versions

Walmart diverted 78% of its waste from landfill in last financial year

The retailer also sourced 28% of its energy from renewable sources

Russia’s ROSATOM: ‘Nuclear power is a vital element of a low carbon mix’

Andrey Rozhdestvin, CEO of ROSATOM France, said it can help support decarbonisation goals and international climate obligations

Northern Ireland’s renewables sector calls for green action plan

It suggests a number of new goals, inlcuding a target for 70% renewable electricity by 2030

New York announces new efficiency target to slash consumption by 2025

The scheme aims to incentivise building improvements such as new building retrofits, efficient appliances and innovative technologies like heat pumps

‘Green graphene-based concrete could slash construction emissions’

It is said to be more sustainable, strong and durable than standard concrete

UK uni contributes to concentrated solar in Egypt

The site features a combination of advanced solar energy-producing technologies, a water desalination process and a cooling unit

Thousands of homes and businesses across the UK could produce own power by 2035

Arup suggests the country’s energy system is entering the most transformative stage it has ever seen

UK’s EV sales shoot up 11% year-on-year

Despite this advancement, the country’s low carbon transport is still lagging behind leaders China and Norway

HSBC not banking on coal power stations

The new policy will apply globally except for three countries where projects may be given exemption “if no reasonable energy alternative can be found”