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.
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.
Milan Fashion Week closed with the Green Carpet Fashion Awards to promote eco-friendly fashion.
Yesterday, the UK Government called for 30 per cent of the world's oceans to be protected by 2030.
New research has found there could be a rise in the demand for copper to improve efficiency and reduce the carbon footprint of the automotive industry.
The IKEA group have announced that they aim to have zero emissions for their home delivery across 5 major cities by 2020.
Starbucks have announced the production of new ‘greener stores’.
Nestlé have announced new plans to ensure the reduction of deforestation.
Royal Dutch Shell have announced plans to reduce methane emissions.
Google, in partnership with Aclima, have announced their new Street View global launch to map air pollution.
Sony have joined the RE100 in a pledge of sustainability.
Global leaders have begun talks in New York this week to discuss the long-awaited UN ocean treaty, a decade in the making.
A new, technology first, ‘spinning’ wind turbine has won the UK James Dyson award.
UEFA, football’s governing body in Europe, has released a new report emphasising the urgent need to make sport more sustainable.
New and improved data from the World Health Organisation (WHO) has found a dangerously high number of the world’s population is still breathing dirty air.
The UN’s official climate secretariat has launched its first annual report into its work in combatting climate change.
China has come out on top in latest rankings highlighting the best places to invest in renewable energy
The London School of Economics has found that 197 countries which signed the landmark Paris Agreement now have at least one law in place to limit global temperatures.