New technology commissioned for ocean research

Fisheries and marine institute will use remotely operated vehicle for ocean research operations

Low vote of confidence given to 90% of net zero pledges

Only the UK, New Zealand and EU managed to gain a high vote of confidence

‘Antarctic melting could be quicker than scientists thought’

The melting of Antarctica’s ice sheet has already contributed to a nearly one centimetre rise in global sea levels since the 1990s

Scientist who helped link humans to climate change dies

Claude Lorius’ research helped prove that mankind has influenced global warming

Nuclear power to the moon?

Scientists believe nuclear power could be humanity’s key to living on the moon

‘Green energy can be the cheap solution for refugees’

That’s according to research by Imperial College London, which looked at how solar could be integrated into local grids

Underwater meadows planted to absorb carbon in Wales

In the last 100 years, Wales has allegedly lost 92% of its seagrass cover

‘Don’t just cope with climate change, slash emissions’

Focus on the reasons for climate change, not just its impacts, a think tank has warned

SSE Energy Solutions and Glasgow Uni fund green tech business study

The effectiveness of heat pumps, battery storage and solar panels in all sorts of businesses will be investigated

Government puts £10m towards decarbonising transport

It’s hopeful a new hub will reduce the 27% of overall British emissions that transport is responsible for every year