Hitachi have announced their decision to shelve plans to build a nuclear power plant in the UK due to rising costs.
A new study has found that phasing out fossil fuels immediately will be crucial to meet future climate targets.
A new study has found that wild coffee species are now under threat from climate change.
Marks and Spencer will trial plastic-free packaging in a bid to curb the growing plastic pollution in the UK.
The UK Government has announced a £5 million investment for food waste.
A new report by NASA and the University of California, Irvine has found that ice mass in Antarctica has been declining rapidly over the last 40 years.
Barclays are in deep water as, environmental campaign group, Greenpeace have said they are on the ‘wrong side of history’ with new climate policy.
The UK Government has released a new Clean Air Strategy to tackle the country’s existing air pollution problem.
A new lush store will open in Manchester that will be packaging-free.
A new study has found that oceans are warming even faster than previously thought.
A new report has found that spending one hour on the tube is more toxic than spending all day on above ground in ambient London air.
It has been reported that greenhouse gas emissions from Scottish Industry are at a 10-year low.
After three years of decline, carbon emissions in the United States have risen in the last year, finds new analysis.
A new study has found that the ocean has absorbed more than 90 per cent of the heat gained by the planet between 1971 and 2010.
The National Famer’s Union (NFU) in the UK has called for net zero emissions from agriculture by 2040.
Alstom has revealed that a new hydrogen train could enter UK markets as early as 2022.
Air pollution in Delhi reaches severe levels as it calls for emergency action.
Today, Carbon Brief released analysis using government and industry data to give an overview of the UK electricity generation in 2018.
Reverse vending machines, placed in Iceland stores across the UK, have earned shoppers over £30,000, research reveals.
A new study by the University of Queensland and the University of South Wales has found that mudflats and intertidal ecosystems are shrinking.