The Mayor of London will tonight (29 July) unveil details of a new 'air quality manifesto' which will include plans to charge diesel car users an additional £10 to drive into the centre of the capital.
Unite Students, which provides accommodation for 41,000 students across the UK, is collaborating with Philips to install energy-efficient LED lighting across all of its properties.
Supermarket giant Sainsbury's is claiming that it is the first UK retailer to recycle its old food crates into more efficient ones made from 100% recycled material.
Outdoor clothing retailer The North Face has set a goal to use 100% recycled polyester fabric by 2016 - material that will be mainly sourced from post-consumer water bottles.
The National Trust is set to harness hydropower at Cragside in Northumberland more than a century after it became the first house in the world to be lit by hydroelectricity.
New polling data reveals that almost half of UK voters see investing in renewables as a priority over any other form of energy when it comes to ensuring the nation's energy security.
Review website TripAdvisor has today (29 July) launched a new online programme that will help travellers around the world plan greener trips by choosing European hotels and B&Bs based on their environmental credentials.
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