The media is confusing the public about climate change because of its propensity for 'debate’ induced coverage, a leading media scientist told a committee of MPs today.
As the prospect of another gloomy Glastonbury and wet Wimbledon looms, leading climate scientists have warned that the UK could be set for a further five to 10 years of washout summers.
The world’s biggest electronics maker, Samsung, will test a prototype of its new seven megawatt (MW) offshore wind turbine at a newly constructed test facility in UK, which has been built specifically to take the new wave of megasize offshore wind turbines.
Google has found a new way to play a part in the future of the world’s energy production needs, this time working on a "radically cheaper" wind energy project from its 'secret' innovation facility Google X.
Shipping may be the most efficient means of transportation, but its environmental impact is significant, and scientists at chemicals giant AkzoNobel are going to unusual lengths to cut marine vessels’ energy costs and carbon footprint. A GreenWise feature in partnership with AkzoNobel.
In order to protect national interests and sustainability measures at home, UK investors must consider their environmental impact abroad, a major advising firm has warned.
The average home in England could see its value increase by £16,000 – or 14 per cent – through energy efficiency improvements, such as insulation, draught proofing and double-glazing, new research by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) suggests.
Britain’s third largest supermarket chain, Sainsbury’s, has achieved major milestones in the pursuit of being the "greenest grocer", achieving zero waste to landfill and reducing water use by half.
Sir Richard Branson and Jochen Zeitz, the former ceo of Puma, have unveiled their 'B-Team’, an alliance of some of the world’s biggest and most successful names that are uniting to accelerate business sustainability and corporate responsibility.
Recyclate revenues could generate £1.4 billion for the UK economy if the waste management industry is put at the centre of a a 'circular economy' revolution in Britain, according to a report by the Environment Services Association (ESA).
The mayor of New York, Michael Bloomberg, is preparing to roll out a new composting plan for the city, aimed at diverting some of the 100,000 tons of food scraps that ends up in landfill every year.
The English peasantry may have officially died out in the Middle Ages, but a new breed of small-scale farmers who live off a few acres and celebrate life on the land have been accepted to join the world's biggest peasant organisation.
The food and agriculture industries in the UK could be facing a potential blight in their short and long-term futures due to a new finding of weed-killer chemical, Glyphosate, in urine samples from consumers all over Europe, including Britain.
Small businesses and entrepreneurs with innovative low carbon energy technologies are being invited to bid for funding in the second and final tranche of the Government’s £35 million Energy Entrepreneurs Fund.
Key information about the progress of many of the UK Government's most costly projects is being withheld by the energy department, the Guardian has found.