Cellnex Telecom dials in to Science Based Target initiative

The wireless telecommunications and broadcasting infrastructure operator, which owns and manages a portfolio of 53,000 sites across Europe, aims to slash its emissions and align itself with the Paris Agreement

More than a quarter of workers willing to take a pay cut for a greener job

A new study from Totaljobs also reveals 28% of employees would consider quitting their job to work for an organisation they consider to be more environmentally friendly than their current position

You might consider yourself green, but what about your toothpaste?

A Kickstarter project called NOICE is offering a natural and refillable toothpaste offering to reduce pollution and landfill waste

University of Manchester makes biotech breakthrough

Researchers say the discovery means they can now convert waste biomass into high-value chemicals more easily and cheaply

Prada proves green is in this season with €50m Sustainability Linked Loan

The fashion brand claims the loan, signed with Crédit Agricole Group, is the first of its kind in the luxury goods industry

Election 2019: Liberal Democrat’s energy and climate policies

The party claims to be the only party with a “radical, credible and detailed plan” to tackle the climate emergency as soon as possible

More than 300 retailers opt out of Black Friday sales to protect planet

The group suggests overconsumption and overproduction significantly contribute to climate change and pollution

Government launches Net Zero Review

The review will assess how the UK can maximise economic opportunities while decarbonising

EDF to supply London’s new theme park with renewable power

It claims the move will enable the London Resort to become one of the most sustainable major theme park destinations in the world once it opens in 2024

Are pasta straws a fusilli idea?

Forget polluting plastic straws and soggy paper alternatives – pasta straws could be the solution to sustainable slurping