IEA: ‘COVID and Russian war halt energy access progress’

Globally, 733m people are without access to electricity

‘Climate change could mean the next pandemic’

A new study claims that global warming could lead to more viruses being spread, as animals are forced to migrate

Commuters remotely working 2.5 days a week ‘to slash carbon footprint’

A new study claims that 76% of office workers are looking to split their time working from home and the office to stop emissions

IMF creates trust to help members tackle climate change

It will come into effect from the 1st May, with the aim of raising $45bn

Governmental clean energy spending rose by 50% in Covid recovery

However, developing economies represent just one-tenth of this spending, a new report claims

‘Pandemic knocked sustainability down SME priority list’

The climate agenda has lost importance for smaller businesses in the last two years but why should it be important?

Climate change takes top spot for global expert worries

It replaces the pandemic following COP26 in November

Did lockdown drive us to EV?

By Dee Humphries, Managing Director of EV Solutions, EQUANS UK & Ireland

Supply chain businesses confident in full covid recovery in 12 months

More than 70% of the UK’s logistics and supply chain businesses, including Amazon and DHL, are optimistic of a full recovery post-covid

‘Ten million renewable jobs are waiting to be unlocked’

New research claims that green job opportunities in the UK alone could mitigate 90% of job losses caused by the pandemic