What is in store at Hay Festival this year if you’re a green geek?
With 2015 drawing to a close, we’ve developed an ‘end of year’ quiz featuring key green news stories from the last twelve months, ranging from weather extremes and Arctic drilling […]
Could algae jet fuel make aviation sustainable? By Carl Freer Wind energy can power streetlights. Electric vehicles are being pushed to be a norm. Solar panels have reached consumer level, […]
On the 22nd to 25th of May EU citizens are going to the polls, in the much anticipated EU elections. The outcome will shape EU policies for the next […]
By guest contributor Rebecca O’ConnorIt’s ethical investment week, and although I consider myself a reasonably ethical human being (don’t deliberately harm other people or animals/try to do nice things/eat very […]
By guest contributor Philip Griffiths In the last few years raising funding for business in the U.K. has become increasingly harder. This is felt even more so in the SMEs […]
Waterfall on the river Glyme where the Archimedes Screw will be installed. Photo credit: Hallidays Hydropower. By Anders Lorenzen Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, UK which was designated as an UNESCO […]