‘Independence day’ shouldn’t overshadow NHS recovery

The significance to many of the largest relaxation of lockdown rules since March has seen 4th July branded as our ‘Independence Day’. Survey of 250 businesses showed 79% believe the commercial sector should lead post-pandemic

‘Ports can play a pivotal role in the global decarbonisation challenge’

That’s among the suggestions made in a new report from DNV GL, which predicts decarbonising ports could provide a blueprint for industries and governments around the world

Toyota develops more environmentally-friendly electronics plating technology

A new plating process is said to generate only a third of the emissions created by traditional ‘dipping’ techniques

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Lucozade Ribena Suntory sets net zero emission target across entire value chain

The drinks giant aims to achieve this by implementing renewable energy solutions, adopting water sustainability initiatives and switching to 100% sustainable plastic packaging

More than half of the UK public want all combustion engine cars off the country’s roads by 2035

That’s according to new research published by Connected Kerb and C|T Group, which shows most people think the government should deploy new charging infrastructure to support this

Gemserv Stakeholder Survey: Focusing on what matters

To understand how we are performing, and where we can improve, we asked our stakeholders for their feedback in the second half of 2019

New initiative launched to drive down climate impacts of UK’s £3 trillion pension pot

A total of 21 organisations have already joined the Make My Money Matter initiative including Oxfam, WWF, Comic Relief, Triodos Bank, BNP Paribas, Ecotricity, and the Environment Agency Pension Fund, one of the UK’s largest local government pension schemes

Bloom Energy and Samsung Heavy Industries partner to develop fuel cell ships

The firms hope to present their low carbon designs to potential customers in 2022

Learnings from COVID-19: A glimpse into a low carbon future?

Bryt Energy: As keen as we are to return to normality, what can we learn from this crisis and how can we use this insight to build a healthier, more sustainable future?

Yorkshire Water opens tender for solar energy development

The water company plans to install photovoltaic infrastructure across 150 of its sites, with forecast emission reductions of approximately 6,000 tonnes annually