Heathrow have offered to remove landing charges for a whole year for the first electric-hybrid aircraft.
A new report by the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee has called for the highly anticipated ban of sales of petrol and diesel vehicles in the UK to be brought forward to 2032.
New research has found that climate change could result in beer shortages.
Mondelēz, the company who produces packaging for Cadbury and Oreo, have committed to making all packaging recyclable by 2025.
The National Farmers Union of England and Wales (NFU) have called for a united approach to tackle climate change.
Nestlé have announced new plans to ensure the reduction of deforestation.
Today, Defra have launched a new scheme to reduce air pollution in agriculture.
A report has warned that Europe must halve their meat and dairy production by 2050 to ensure sustainability of the livestock sector.
Rotterdam is now a pilot city for the world’s first ever floating farm
Humanitarian relief workers have warned that about 5 million people in the Sahel are suffering from severe hunger.
Lloyds Bank is making an extra £2 billion available to help UK businesses implement sustainability initiatives.
380,000 people are set to benefit from a new climate change resilience project in Rwanda.
The Australian Government announced yesterday a record level of investment into saving the Great Barrier Reef from environmental damage.
Member states of the EU have overwhelmingly voted for a ban on the use of a pesticide known to be harmful to the bee population.
Heavy rain and flooding has caused large scale destruction and displacement in Kenya.
Two UN agencies are pushing for new farming techniques in Africa to address concerns over food security.
The Green Climate Fund has approved over $80 million for three new climate change adaptation projects.
Agro-ecology is a farming style that focuses on utilising nature for food production without damaging it.
Frozen food chain Iceland has become the first UK supermarket to remove palm oil from its own branded products.
New research led by The University of Exeter has highlighted the major benefits to keeping global temperatures to within 1.5°C compared to 2 °C.