Netflix commits to achieving net zero emissions by 2022

It has pledged to reduce its Scope 1 and 2 emissions by 45% by 2030 under the guidance of the Science-Based Targets Initiative and invest in the regeneration of critical natural ecosystems

albert unveils new carbon calculator to make TV and film emissions a wrap

The new version features a broader range of questions that aim to allow businesses to better assess their own impact against the industry-standard

BAFTA’s albert welcomes ‘Class of 2020’ with first graduates of green course

Almost 300 students from 24 universities completed the course, which aims to equip those entering the screen industries with knowledge of sustainable practices

BAFTA awards ceremony to go green in 2020

Organisers have unveiled a raft of changes they hope will enable the event to reach carbon neutrality

Energy Live Future goes to Mars and beyond!

Major energy end users spending more than £2bn worth of energy were part of the event

Merry Christmas from ELN

Here’s the thing you’ve been waiting for, our Christmas video, see if you can recognise yourself. Wishing you all the best for 2017 Merry Christmas from the ELN team

Coal mining film holds out cap for community cash

Makers of a film about the 1984 coal strikes are going round cap in hand – online – to try and raise £35,000. The film will look at the event from the miners’ point of view and the plans are to release it to coincide with the 30th anniversary  next year. Called ‘Still The Enemy […]

Win $12,000 with your film on a green city invention

Are you a budding Quentin Tarantino or James Cameron? Have a passion for technology which makes cities green – and not just in colour? You could win $12,000 (£7,760) with a three-minute short film about an invention for urban spaces in tech firm Siemens’ latest competition, called Urban Ideas. The rules demand your film’s story […]