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Restricting charges, no matter how desirable, is a temporary measure. The lost opportunities for insulation and renewal would have been permanentHow much should people pay for the essential service of heating and powering...
Reflecting the sun saves a building’s energy but it can also affect surrounding temperatures and offset carbon emissions
Ofgem considering further steps to protect billpayers as a result of suppliers’ failure to cut back-bills’ limit from 12 to six months
Researchers are scrambling for ways to get the strong, light material out of landfill and make it ready for recycling and reuse
We need to learn from the Danish supermarkets, where organic produce is front and centre, not niche
From encouraging bike riding and compostable plates to better recycling, organisers have diverted 98% of waste from landfill – and they want to do more
Businesses and cities are taking up the slack left by government policy, aligning environmental goals with climate science
The salad shortage focused attention on the failures of our 24/7 dietary culture. But it also provides a chance to rethink the way we eat fresh fruit, veg and green leaves
Complaints about ‘green crap’ have been a convenient excuse for governments unable or unwilling to intervene and cap suppliers’ prices
Every hour 10,000 people are born. Fortunately a new crop of eco innovations will help tackle the pressures on our planet
The Church of England’s Shrinking the Footprint campaign is encouraging dioceses, cathedrals and parishes to reduce energy bills and lower carbon emissions through practical steps, from installing energy-efficient lightbulbs...
Thirty years on from one of the worst radiation leaks in history, several countries have moved to phase out nuclear energy production altogether, and experts say another accident would kill the industry
Swedish firm is optimistic of sales despite recent cuts to solar incentives
As bio-inspired engineering comes into its own, we take a look at the innovative technologies using nature as a blueprint
Electricity has long led the green energy market, but now both utilities are coming under the eco umbrellaMany of us have signed up with energy companies that offer 100% renewable electricity, so why not switch to a gas tariff...
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