Competition watchdog to investigate if ‘eco-friendly’ claims are misleading

The CMA is concerned the surge in demand for green products and services could incentivise some businesses to make misleading, vague or false claims about the environmental impacts of their products

Manchester is ‘home of the greenest people in the UK’

Nearly 32% of Brits intend to cut down the energy usage in their home, according to a new report

Burberry debuts carbon-neutral fashion show

The luxury brand’s Autumn/ Winter 2020 runway show will be held in a certified sustainable venue, will prioritise electric vehicles (EVs) and will not use any air freight

Almost half of UK consumers seek more eco-friendly products

A new survey reveals a further 41% of UK shoppers who keep environmental impact in mind when purchasing

US invests $74m in energy efficient building technologies

A total of 63 eco-friendly projects will benefit from the Department of Energy investment

ENGIE unveils plans for new eco-friendly head office

It will be powered by renewable energy, in addition to using smart grid as well as blockchain technologies

Triodos offers new sustainable UK bank account

Triodos has announced it is offering its first ever personal sustainable current account in the UK. The Netherlands-based bank, which has been operating in the UK for more than 22 years, only lends money to organisations and projects that are making a positive difference to society, be it socially, environmentally or culturally. It lends more […]

Could millennials drive demand for EVs?

More than three quarters (76%) of millennials believe switching to an eco-friendly car is the single best action to drive a more sustainable future. A new survey reveals the 2,500 European millennials – aged 18 to 34 – questioned across the UK, France, Italy, Germany and Spain are willing to try new things and make […]

Mongolia opens eco-friendly cement plant

A cement plant which will use environmentally friendly technologies has been opened in Mongolia. The Senj Sant facility will use a waste heat recovery power plant, which will help save energy and water. It will produce one million tonnes of cement. The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) invested $85 million (£54.4m) in the project. It is […]

Street lights to be replaced with LEDs in Northumberland

Drivers will benefit from a new LED lighting system on the A69 when work begins this week to replace the current street lights. The work is being carried out during the evening to minimise the impact for drivers and will be completed by 16th October. Twenty six new lighting columns are being installed at Bridge […]