Tech giants Apple and Amazon face backlash from MPs for ‘e-waste tsunami’ in the UK

The Environmental Audit Committee says the companies are contributing to 155,000 tonnes of waste electricals ending up in bins every year

Old fishing gear polluting the River Ganges is threatening wildlife, warn researchers

A new study found levels of waste fishing gear are highest near to the mouth of the river in Bangladesh

French startup recycles hair to clean up ocean oil spills

James Taylor, Co-Founder of the French startup Capillum spoke to ELN about a hair recycling initiative, which extracts keratin from waste hair to use it for soil and water decontamination

Gaia Says No! Episode 12 – Epilogue

In this final episode we look back over the series and what we have heard and learned

Gaia Says No! Episode 11 – Sting in the tail?

In the penultimate episode, we discuss how the planet could reap revenge on us if we continue to harm the biosphere

Gaia Says No – Can black go green?

Can the fossil fuel industries really change and adapt to the net zero world? Join us for an exploration in this episode

‘Painting wind turbine blades black could reduce significantly bird fatalities’

That’s according to the Senior Research Ecologist of the Norwegian Institute for Nature Research Roel May, who spoke to ELN about his research on the impact of wind turbines on birds

Going back to school could ‘save UK households more than £11m every week on energy costs’

Energy consumption for cooking, television watching and dishwasher use is set to fall, saving each household around £104 a year, according to a new report

US industry giants pledge to cut plastic pollution in new pact

They seek to collectively meet impactful goals by 2025 that they could not otherwise meet on their own

Half of young Brits ‘want a green job’

The fossil fuels industry is the least attractive sector to young people, with just 6% saying they would like a career in it, according to Good Energy’s survey