ENGIE and Equitix secure deal with the University of Birmingham

The company will help transform Pritchatts Park student accommodation village into a state-of-the-art low carbon campus

Budget 2021: ‘New infrastructure bank to drive at least £40bn of green investment’

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak said ‘a real commitment to green growth’ is needed to build a strong, fair and resilient future economy

‘World’s first’ electric air race develops two new race classes

These two classes include an aeroplane and a VTOL, also known as ‘flying cars’

Podcast: ‘We want to become a successful sustainable football club’

Leyton Orient Football Club’s Danny Macklin and Josh Stephens spoke to future Net Zero about what the club is doing to become more sustainable and what the game can do as a whole

New facility converts non-recyclable waste into sustainable aviation fuel

The £600m biorefinery will be based in the North West of England and could reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 70%

Building back better and greener after COVID-19

Liz Benison, Managing Director of Mainland Europe at Arriva, says road space must be prioritised for walking, cycling and public transport

Schneider Electric named world’s most sustainable corporation in Corporate Knights ranking

Schneider Electric has also doubled down on its long-standing strategy to embed environmental, social and governance considerations into every facet of its activities

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

Anglian Water and Severn Trent join UNFCCC’s Race to Zero

The water companies have become the first businesses to join the initiative under the Water UK umbrella

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