UK consumers warned off free solar panel schemes
A solar panel company is advising people that they can save more money buying their own solar panels than using the new “solar for free” offered by some companies.
US thinks simply turning off lights will save the planet, survey says
Many Americans believe they can save energy with small behaviour changes that actually achieve very little and severely underestimate the major effects of switching to efficient, currently available technologies, says a
Software experts SAP supports Government call on CRC
Software experts SAP has echoed the UK Government’s calls for businesses to sign up to the Carbon Reduction Commitment scheme.
Tackling the ticking “reality bomb” of carbon reporting
Businesses across the world could have a massive ‘Reality Bomb’ to defuse in the years ahead when it comes to carbon emissions, because of a lack of clarity and joined-up thinking in international carbon emission pol
Nobel Prize winner calculates cost of CO2 and calls for carbon tax
US policymakers are being encouraged to introduce a carbon tax to support the transition from coal-based electricity production to less carbon-intensive systems.
Prince Charles says Islamic way is best for environment
Prince Charles has called on the world to follow Islamic "spiritual principles" in order to protect the environment.
Transferable skills key to matching Green sector job demand
Through increased investment and tough carbon emission targets, the green energy sector in the UK continues to prosper. The Climate Change Act has committed the country to ambitious green house gas reductions on 1990 lev
“Glad to see the back of Low Carbon Building Programme”
Ivan Lucas of UK renewable energy equipment suppliers Navitron explains to ClickGreen why he's happy to see the back of the government's Low Carbon Building Programme.
Electronic giants call for EU hazardous substance ban
EU legislators are now in the process of deciding future restrictions on hazardous substances in electronics through the EU Restrictions on Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive.
“Carbon” is so 2007 as study reveals word's role in climate change fight
Phrases that combine 'carbon' with other words, such as 'carbon finance' or 'carbon footprint', can provide an insight into how climate change issues are being communicated.
A new direction for climate policy, argues The Hartwell Paper
Rapid advance in addressing climate change is now possible for the first time in 15 years because global climate policy crashed in 2009, according to The Hartwell Paper, a new international report co-ordinated at the Lon
WWF calls for Arctic oil drilling ban
As thousands of barrels of oil continue to gush into the Gulf of Mexico, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) officials have urged the Obama Administration to put a hold on exploratory drilling that is scheduled to begin in the Arc
Green tech innovation is moving faster than people’s imaginations
Leading lights from the academic, industrial and economic worlds contributed to a unique ‘Vision of the Future’ exercise hosted by Arup last week at the UK’s largest environmental technology event, SustainabilityLi
Green reform is vital for next Govt, says Aldersgate Group report
Whichever party wins the election in May must prioritise environmental reform with the same urgency as economic reform, according to a new report from the Aldersgate Group (AG), an influential, high-level coalition of bu
Green group blasts Donald Trump as a “bullying billionaire”
Nearly three-quarters of Scots now oppose plans by property tycoon Donald trump to evict local residents to clear the way for his plans for a luxury golf resort.