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A group of 130 institutions that control US$13tn of investments have called on G20 nations to ratify the Paris Agreement this year and accelerate investment in clean energy and forced disclosure of climate-related financial risk.
Soft drinks giant Coca-Cola has become the first Fortune 500 Company to replenish all of the water it uses globally back to nature and communities.
The UK could meet its future energy and climate change targets without constructing the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station, and the continued development of renewables and energy efficiency measures would in fact work out cheaper, a major new report has found.
There will be more electric vehicle (EV) charging stations than petrol stations in the UK within four years, according to Japanese carmaker Nissan.
GMB has slammed National Grid as being "naively complacent" over its intention to use demand-side response (DSR) to avoid blackouts, and has called for the company to be stripped of its system operator role.
Uncertainty is "built into" the Levy Control Framework because the factors which determine the cost of renewable subsidies are themselves "variable and uncertain", an expert from the University of Exeter has warned.
Figures released today (1 September) have revealed that 3,500 UK churches have switched electricity suppliers to those that will only source renewable electricity, while US architects have also demanded new legislative action on climate change.
The chief executive of the Renewable Energy Association (REA) Dr Nina Skorupska hopes to bring her expertise on renewable energy to a smaller and more diverse Transport for London (TfL), after being named on the Board of Governors.
The Liberal Democrats have stepped into the war on waste, calling for a 5p charge on disposable coffee cups to cut usage. But is this the best solution to the issue?
The UK will need to invest an "eye-watering" £215bn in its energy system by 2030 in order to replace aging assets and decarbonise, analysis by Barclays Research has found.
Investors managing more than $2.6trn in assets have sent joint letters to 15 international food and drink companies amid growing concerns over water security and pollution.
Waste management firm Viridor has recruited Nestle's former head of sustainability, Inder Poonaji, to direct its own sustainability, safety, health environment and quality divisions.
The sustainability leaders of tomorrow will be able to enhance their existing skills and develop new ones thanks to a brand new edie workshop being launched next year.
A US waste start-up has announced plans to launch an app that allows users to call for a rubbish collection, the same way they might schedule an Uber taxi.
The giant Dogger Bank offshore wind project - scheduled to consist of six individual wind farms - will not be fully built, it has been confirmed today (7 August).
The French Government has launched a tender asking for companies to submit plans to build the world's first floating wind farm.
Germany's largest power producer has unveiled a €2m power-to-gas energy storage plant in the Westphalia region.
Supermarket chain Morrisons has announced it is working with charity FoodCycle to tackle UK poverty and food waste.
Global beer producer Molson Coors is on track towards its 2020 energy targets with reductions in carbon emissions, water use and waste-to-landfill, according to its latest sustainability report released today (17 August).
The Government should incentivise low-carbon technologies, such as residential heating equipment and cooling technologies, to help the construction industry meet carbon targets.
A support package has been launched by the Energy Saving Trust
(EST) to prepare small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) for
the upcoming Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation (ECO).
The Carbon Trust is collaborating with Ford to deliver energy efficient services across 550 of the motor giants UK dealerships.
Silverburn shopping centre is now sending zero waste to landfill, according to its new waste contractor Shanks Group.
Britain's biggest brewer Molson Coors is on track to reach its zero waste to landfill target by the end of the year and is now looking to close the loop through energy recovery.
Dong Energy has acquired three offshore wind development projects in Germany that amount to a capacity of up to 900 megawatts.
The global market for biodegradable plastics is expected to soar over the next six years, driven by a growing demand for eco-friendly packaging.
A project which aims to have a fleet of 10 hydrogen fuelled buses
operating in Aberdeen by early 2014 has been launched by the
Ex-Manchester United player Gary Neville has decided not to install a wind turbine at his 'eco-home' after local residents contested the plans.
Olympic sponsor Adidas has taken on Nike in the race to produce a
more sustainable running shoe with the launch of its adiZero
Primeknit range last week.
UK delivery company TNT Express has been recertified to the Carbon Trust Standard.
A community in the southern Indian state of Kerala has received government support to take soft drink giant Coca-Cola to India's Supreme Court on the grounds of pollution and over-exploitation of local resources resulting in water shortages.
Unlike other infrastructure areas, private investors have shown little interest in putting funds into the water industry as economic uncertainties make the sector a less attractive prospect.
The attempt to create a global carbon market and a "global price for carbon" through trading is unlikely to be successful, says a think tank devoted to debating the direction of the EU in a new report published earlier this week.
Increased use of cars is causing higher levels of obesity as well as rising carbon dioxide emissions, says a new report published this week by the Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP).
Wind turbines erected around the world last year will produce as much energy as 23 coal-fired power stations, according to analysis by an American think tank.
Close to $3 million is being poured into studies outlining how water is lost through evaporation and plant use, Australian government announced late last week.
The Local Government Association has revealed proposals outlining how householders could be charged according to the amount of waste they produced.
A far-reaching injunction which could have restricted the movement and behaviour of up to 5 million potential protesters at Heathrow has been significantly watered down by a High Court judge.
An expert panel has been set up to recommend measures to make houses and buildings in Scotland more energy efficient, it was announced this week.
Verges strewn with litter are, sadly, a common sight on Britain's highways but a new campaign is targeting motorists, asking them to take responsibility for the waste they produce during their journey.