Fracking has had a ‘negative impact on public perception of climate technologies’

A new study has found that the reputation of emerging technologies in the fight against climate change has been tainted by the criticism of fracking

COP26 – ‘Government needs to have clearer ambitions and ways to measure success’

A new report from BEIS has called for more clarity from the UK government to ensure the climate summit can be a success

Plans for ‘England’s first’ poo-powered heating scheme unveiled

More than 2,000 homes in Kingston could soon be heated using sewage

The powerful impact of collaborative procurement

When Roadchef started its journey to find a new energy supplier, Co-op Power’s purchasing model delivered more than just money-saving assistance

Israeli forks moo-ve to 3D bioprinted ribeye steak

The technology clones and grows real cow cells in the lab

Pete Nisbet, former Managing Director of Mitie Energy, set to lead edenseven – a new energy and environmental management consultancy

edenseven will help companies transition to a sustainable model that accelerates their financial growth

Businesses granted £40m to slash emissions and energy bills

Industries that will prioritise heat recovery and hydrogen technologies are set to benefit from the grant

Green is good, but who trusts it?

A new study finds only a third of EU consumers trust the green credentials of food products

4 Ways to Remove the Headache of a Sustainability Audit

The mere mention of the word audit is usually enough to send sustainability managers into a spin.

UN and UK launch mission to clear up space junk

Space debris can be a hazard to active satellites and spacecraft