A new power plant that turns waste wood into electricity will slash greenhouse gases by 2.1m tonnes
The biochar debate may have quietened down in recent years, but entrepreneur Craig Sams – founder of Green & Blacks chocolate – says his research is showing promising signs of biochar’s potential [...]
New targets see Britain take the lead on climate change
Earth Hour 2009 aims to reach more than one billion people in 1,000 cities around the world, inviting communities, business and governments to switch off lights for one hour at 8:30pm on March [...]
A giant kite-like sail billowed out in front of the MS Beluga SkySails, as she set out on her maiden voyage from Germany to Venezuela.
Eight out of ten people in the UK believe they've had an idea that would have a positive impact on everybody's lives.
The Copthorne Hotel in Cardiff have been announced the winners of achallenge for organisations to cut their carbon emissions by 10% in 100days.
To celebrate national Cycle-To-Work day staff of the Phone co-operative were each provided with bikes free of charge to enable them to cycle to work and on business related journeys.
As part of a bid to reduce carbon emissions, a biodiesel fillingstation has been built in St Davids, Wales ñ the UK's smallest city. Byjoining the city's Biodiesel Club, people in St Davids can [...]
The concept of an Earthship' is one of complete sustainability, abuilding that is able to produce it's own energy and clean water.Already been built in the U.S, for the first time an Earthship' [...]
Gordon Brown recently released his tenth, and most environmentally conscious budget to date.
Since 1966 Bradford University has been one of the largest in the UK, currently providing educational facilities for up to 10,000 students. Over the past four years, the university has been [...]
By 2020 Sweden aims to become a virtually oil-free economy, a bold step that will require co-operation from individuals and industry alike.
Nuclear power looked dead its credibility in tatters after years of cost overruns and safety fears, unanswered questions about radioactive waste and the use of many countries' civilian nuclear [...]
The Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) has produced a new multimedia CD that is teaching children the science behind global warming. It demonstrates how we can cut our carbon emissions.