Survey reveals UK public's love of nature and the environment
New research reveals how important nature is to the British public as increasing numbers say they are willing to pay more for products that are environmentally sustainable.
UK risks losing out on over £3bn from the remanufacturing economy
The UK economy could be losing out on over £3 billion by failing to fully embrace the commercial opportunities of the remanufacturing revolution, a new report warns today.
Not just any solar panel... M&S completes work on UK's largest PV array
Marks & Spencer has completed the installation of the UK’s largest single roof mounted solar panel array on its East Midlands distribution centre in Castle Donington.
Shared ownership wind farm to generate huge cash boost for local community
An ambitious new wind farm project in South Lanarkshire has received £8.13 million in funding and is set to boost the local community.
Scotland calls on UK Govt to show greater ambition on renewable energy
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has called on the UK Government to increase its ambition to develop offshore wind.
Nick Clegg details £114m boost for cycling in UK's major cities
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has outlined how a £114 million investment in cycling will be divided up between 8 major UK cities.
Government rejects MPs' calls for public inquiry on air pollution
The Government has rejected MPs’ calls for a public inquiry to investigate the lethal impacts of air pollution and has ruled out the suggestion of rebalancing taxes on diesel vehicles to reduce harmful emissions.
Treasury tops the Whitehall league on sustainable timber
The Treasury has topped the list of Central Government departments following mandatory guidelines set out to ensure the Government avoids supporting the trade in illegal and unsustainable logging, a WWF report has found.
Scotland invests £2.5m to reduce public-sector vehicle emissions
Harmful emissions from Scotland’s public sector fleets will be further reduced thanks to a £2.5 million Scottish Government investment announced today by the Minister for Transport and Islands Derek Mackay.
From stone age to the solar age for famous Portland Quarry
Plans have been released to turn a section of the famous Portland Quarry, which produced the stone to build London landmarks like Buckingham Palace and St Paul’s Cathedral, into a solar farm.
UK to invest £43m to support roll-out of ultra low emission vehicles
A wave of EV chargepoints to support the fast-growing popularity of plug-in vehicles will be installed across the UK after the Government today set out £32 million of infrastructure support up to 2020.
Car park to catwalk as recycled auto parts create fashion collection
Car seat covers used in new Ford cars have received a glamorous new lease of life after being recycled for a unique fashion collection.
New standard helps businesses identify key environmental impacts
BSI, the business standards company, has recently published a new standard to help businesses become more aware of how biodiversity issues can affect their environmental impact.
Mixed reaction to UK's new CfD auction for renewable energy
The Government today announced which technologies and companies have won low carbon energy contracts in the new ‘Contracts for Difference’ auction for renewable energy.
'Back to the Future' engine wins share of £25m green tech funding
A supercharged biogas engine that uses a concept similar to the technology featured in ‘80s classic movie Back to the Future has been selected to share £24.5 million of Government funding aimed at supporting “game-c