Burger King has announced that they will no longer include plastic toys included with childrens' meals in the UK.
Road transport emissions are on the rise in the UK, despite heavy investment to reduce it.
The collaboration between Hubbub and Starbucks has created the UK’s largest grant fund for cup recycling.
DEFRA, BEIS and the Met Office have joined forces to launch several climate projections.
Gucci has announced that it is now carbon neutral.
The Ball Corporation’s new aluminium cup aims to cut down on waste by replacing single-use red plastic cups.
Food and drink giant Nestlé, have come under fire for planning to take over 1.1 million gallons of water from an “in recovery” natural springs.
Fairphone have announced the launch of their new sustainable smartphone.
British Airways have said they are “one step closer” to powering its future fleet with sustainable jet fuel made from waste.
The World Health Organisation has realised a report on Microplastics in drinking-water which raises concerns about they have on human health.
Greta, her father and a 2 man crew have begun the two-week journey to reach the US in a high-speed yacht, called the Malizia II.
A new report by Bloomberg NEF has highlighted that the demand for clean energy is set to grow.
The UK Government has confirmed Glasgow as host of COP26.
The IPCC has launched a new report which warns of the stark consequences of the climate emergency.
A new report has found that the global temperature was substantially above average in July 2019.
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Amazon has announced that they will continue to invest in renewable energy.
BMW Group announces plans to promote emission-free driving.
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