Yara partners with Statkraft and Aker Horizons to establish Europe’s first large-scale green ammonia project in Norway

The partners will target green hydrogen and green ammonia opportunities within shipping, agriculture and industrial applications

New animal-free meat tech raises the steaks for low carbon dining

Aleph Farms and the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology have created what they claim is the world’s first ribeye steak made using 3D bioprinting technology

LPG and bioLPG ‘could replace third of coal and oil used in industry and non-domestic buildings’

A new report claims the two fuels could help save 3.5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide, equivalent to removing 240,000 cars from the country’s roads

Total Produce UK completes transition of 24 sites to ‘deep green’ renewable energy

The group’s British operations target a 20% reduction in CO2 emissions

Large-scale voluntary carbon market ‘critical to reaching net zero’

Voluntary carbon markets, a vital part of emissions reduction efforts worldwide, enable buyers to purchase credits that support projects that reduce emissions and contribute to a smaller global emissions footprint overall

Business leaders want to deliver net zero – but they don’t know how

The British Standards Institution warns business leaders across the UK are largely unaware of the implications on net zero on their organisations

First biomethane PPA in Spain cuts emissions

Global services provider agrees deal to turn natural gas into biomethane.

It’s all change at future Net Zero – and we need your involvement now more than ever

As we approach our first anniversary, we have crystalised our vision for what we want to accomplish around three main themes – read on to find out more…

LEON launches carbon-neutral burger menu – but can meat really be green?

LEON is measuring, reducing and offsetting the carbon footprint of its new menu across the whole supply chain, including ingredients, packaging and kitchen operations

PepsiCo commits to net zero carbon emissions by 2040

The food and beverage giant has pledged to cut greenhouse gas emissions across its entire value chain by more than 40% by 2030