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Sportswear brand PUMA today launched its first range of products made using the 'closed loop’ system of production.
'Green’ rubbish bins that double as on-screen news services in the City of London have recycled over 100 tonnes of waste since launching a year ago.
Unilever has released a new aerosol deodorant that is half the size and cuts its carbon footprint by 25 per cent.
The first international network to work collaboratively on carbon capture and storage (CCS) was launched today.
Three green technology start-ups from the UK will take their businesses to India in February with Government support to explore trading opportunities in this fast-growing economy.
A gigantic steel bucket will be lowered upside-down through the deep, murky waters of the North Sea within the next few days, and, through a smart engineering trick, it will sink rapidly into the sandy sediment on the sea floor.
Scientists will attempt to replicate nature in a quest to produce clean, green energy.
The UK's fledgling wave and tidal power industries are to be boosted with a £20 million cash injection from the Crown Estate.
UK cleantech start-ups are being left high and dry, posing a serious risk to green innovation in the UK and the country’s ability to decarbonise, a new report warns.
The Green Deal and wider Government energy efficiency policy is set to create the right market conditions to attract major foreign investment to Britain’s shores and to enable the UK to become a leader in energy efficiency innovation, according to the Government.
A £2 million Government competition aimed at finding innovative designs to turn plants across the UK’s wetlands into green energy has awarded its first tranche of funding to seven projects.
The world's climate could be hijacked by a rogue country or wealthy individual firing small particles into the stratosphere, claims a warning that comes not from a new Hollywood movie trailer but a sober report from the World Economic Forum (WEF).
The development of carbon and capture and storage (CCS) in the UK has received a further blow following a delay to crucial European Commission (EC) funding.
The UK is to publish around 600 potential sites for storing carbon dioxide around its shores in the first online database of its kind in the world.
British scientists trying to beat ash dieback disease are seeking the "wisdom of the crowd" in order to analyse the genes of the fungus that causes it.