The BMW Group has unveiled a new all-electric Mini.
New government analysis has found that bottle return schemes could earn up to £2 billion a year.
A new report by the Committee on Climate Change has warned that the UK Government is not prepared to deal with the climate crisis.
E.ON has announced they are now providing all of their residential customers in the UK 100% renewable electricity, at no extra cost.
The world’s largest solar farm may be built in the desert of Australia’s Northern Territory
Three of the ‘Big Six’ energy companies have promised to ensure all their employee vehicles are electric by 2030.
The famous supermarket chain will support the circular economy model by reusing unsold fresh bakery bread to make olive crostini’s and bread pudding.
The new wave of sustainable jeans is here.
Living sustainably doesn’t mean you have to live without luxuries but instead be aware of your resource consumption and choose options that reduce unnecessary waste.
Investors want sustainable investments, but what are the criteria? The United Nations has guidance.
The United Nation’s secretary-general’s special representative on disaster risk reduction warned, in an interview with the Guardian, that adaption and resilience from climate disasters needs to happen now.
The National Trust has announced that it will no longer invest in any fossil fuel companies.
Researchers believe planting billions of trees could make a game-changing impact on the climate crisis.
Nestlé has launched their new 100% recyclable paper packaged YES! Snack Bars, the first paper-packaged confectionary bar made under large-scale production.
Asda has partnered with the non-profit organisation City to Sea to implement free water-refill schemes in all Asda cafes.
£193m will be spent by the UK government on battling the climate crisis.
The international tennis tournament has partnered with Evian to provide all visitors buying water with 100% recycled PET (rPET) bottles.
The Co-op company has pledged to halve their direct greenhouse gas emissions by 2025.
Ahead of the Climate Innovation Forum 2019 (CIF), we at Climate Action spoke to leaders of businesses trying to adopt greater sustainable policies and share their own practical solutions.
The UK Government has announced that 9 companies have secured £26 in funding for carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS).