Gore spurns Trump on climate change

16 June, 2017 – The US President’s climate policy has backfired says a leading critic, as Al Gore spurns Trump for ditching the Paris Agreement.

Passive housing cuts costs – and global warming

12 June, 2017 – Buildings which heat and cool themselves – passive housing – save householders money by making big fuel economies and cut greenhouse gas emissions.

Solar tower power is on the rise

11 June, 2017 – Solar generation systems can now produce electricity and store it for hours, using solar tower power without any need for batteries.

Solar lamps light up more African nights

5 June, 2017 – Solar lamps are tackling poverty, ill-health and natural hazards in Africa, thanks to Chinese industry and a UK-based charity.

Trump’s promises on coal turn to dust and ashes

31 May, 2017 – Candidate Trump’s promises on coal are withering as the harsh winds of economic reality blow the President’s plans for the industry off course.

GMO crops could expect a brighter future

29 May, 2017 – Genetically modified (GMO) crops remain controversial, but scientists still have faith that they will help both to replace fossil fuels and to feed the world.

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Green energy tips good for business

20 May, 2017 – Big charities and businesses are cutting costs while protecting the planet by sharing energy-saving ideas such as using seawater to heat buildings.

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Bigger isn’t better for energy savings

19 May, 2017 – The desire for more spacious cars and houses is cancelling out energy savings made by environmentally friendly improvements to heating and transport.

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UK nuclear industry faces Brexit fall-out

17 May, 2017 – Leaving the EU treaty that prevents radioactive waste falling into the wrong hands could prove costly for the UK nuclear industry.

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Oil industry power is slithering away

13 May, 2017 – With oil prices remaining low, hopes of combating climate change through emissions reduction are improving as the oil industry shrinks.

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Nuclear waste problems start gold rush

8 May, 2017 − Staggering sums of money involved in the long-term challenge of solving the world’s nuclear waste problems make it a booming business.