Google, in partnership with Aclima, have announced their new Street View global launch to map air pollution.
In a joint report by the Royal Society, the Royal Academy of Engineering and Imperial College London, it has been found that the UK could be carbon neutral by 2050.
Today is the start of London Fashion Week and environmentalists have called for a solution to the growing plastic pollution crisis.
Research from Bath University has revealed that sustainable construction could be a solution to India’s plastic waste crisis.
The IKEA group have announced that they aim to have zero emissions for their home delivery across 5 major cities by 2020.
Ocean Polymers are developing an innovative solution to tackle the worldwide ocean plastic pollution problem.
In a bid to encourage the public to reduce their plastic pollution, Parliament will eliminate all single-use plastic from their catering services by 2019.
Starbucks have announced the production of new ‘greener stores’.
New diesel and petrol sales need to be stopped by 2030 to ensure that the Paris Agreement targets are met.
Alaska Airlines and Neste have joined together to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
As London Fashion Week draws to a close, the #LoveNotLandfill campaign has launched recycling banks across London for unwanted clothing items.
Nestlé have announced new plans to ensure the reduction of deforestation.
Today, Defra have launched a new scheme to reduce air pollution in agriculture.
Germany has launched a, first of its kind, hydrogen train named the Coradia iLint.
McDonald’s have announced their partnership with Dutch company Nuon to implement EV charging stations at their Drive-in sites in the Netherlands.
Royal Dutch Shell have announced plans to reduce methane emissions.
A report has warned that Europe must halve their meat and dairy production by 2050 to ensure sustainability of the livestock sector.
Waitrose and Partners have pledged to remove all plastic bags from stores by March 2019.
Fossilised plastic preserved in rock will be around for millions of years as a reminder of pollution, leading academic says.
The world’s first cycle path made from recycled plastic has opened in the Netherlands.