SMS commits to becoming carbon-neutral by 2030

The smart meter installer will adopt renewable on-site generation and the use of EVs for its operations in the UK and Ireland

Sweet move! Sugar in your fuel tank

New petrol mix made of biofuel could cut emissions by 750,000 tonnes

Environment Agency: Climate emergency hitting ‘worst case scenario’ levels

Chief Executive Sir James Bevan said if left unchecked, climate change will kill more people and do much more harm, than COVID-19

Facebook rolls out climate change labels to poke misinformation

The labels on posts aim to redirect users to official figures and facts about climate change

Slovenia referred to EU Court over wastewater treatment failures

According to the Commission, certain areas do not comply with the requirements because urban wastewater entering collecting systems is not subject to the appropriate level of treatment before being discharged

Scottish Parliament unanimously supports Heat Networks Bill

The Scottish Government is targeting the equivalent of 650,000 homes to be connected to heat networks by 2030, from the current number of 32,000

SSE Renewables and Acciona set up Iberian offshore wind alliance

They have signed an exclusivity agreement for the 50/50 joint venture to enter the emerging Spanish and Portuguese offshore wind markets

British Gas fleet to go all-electric by 2025

The company brought forward the target five years earlier than originally planned

Slovakia referred to EU Court over poor air quality

According to the Commission, the air quality measures presented by Slovakia have not proven to be timely and effective to reduce pollution within the agreed limits

Promo emails create 2m tonnes of CO2 a year

In 2020, newsletters received by a UK resident were responsible for emissions equivalent to 350 kilometres in a Mini, new study finds