In Episode 3 of Green Voices, we speak to Mary Booth from Partnership for Policy Integrity about biomass and Planet of the Humans.
Former Unilever CEO brands Ryanair one of the most unethical and polluting companies in Europe.
Farmers are focusing on ways to reduce methane emissions and save water to further reduce the staple crop’s climate footprint.
Green Voices – Ep 2 – Daisy Narayanan: Cycling and walking must be a key part of a green recovery plan
In episode 2 of Green Voices, we speak to Sustrans Director of Urbanism Daisy Narayanan. She lays out why walking and cycling must be part of the COVID19 green recovery plan.
Coal is to be the big COVID-19 loser.
India can turn the crisis precipitated by the coronavirus pandemic into an opportunity by resetting its energy spending to favour renewable power in all spheres of economic activity.
Reduced energy demand due to the coronavirus sees the UK going a month without coal.
We discuss Planet of the Humans & renewable energy with Ketan Joshi in episode 1 of Green Voices.
Marine life is full of potential treatments, including the first antiviral approved for Covid-19 patients.
The momentum behind an EU green recovery package grows.