Bats bat-tered by wind turbines

Common pipistrelle bats are attracted to spinning turbines and can then get maimed or killed

Consultation on green spaceflight from British soil lifts off

Government seeks views on the environmental impact of spaceflight

MPs warn of air pollution’s deadliness and impact on the disadvantaged

Parliamentary Committee urges the government to put the improvement of air quality ‘at core’ of the post-pandemic rebuild

Polluted air ’causes one-in-five deaths globally’

More than eight million people died in 2018 because of fossil fuel pollution, new study finds

Unmapped plants put biodiversity at risk

Plants that are increasingly disappearing miss the ‘gold standard’ of scientific research, experts warn

‘World’s first’ flight on sustainable synthetic kerosene jets off

The KLM flight from Amsterdam to Madrid used 500 litres of sustainable fuel

EAC: ‘Green Homes Grant voucher target would take over ten years to meet’

MPs admit that issuing vouchers is continuing at snail’s pace

BMW turns to Dubai desert sunshine to produce aluminium

The ‘world’s largest’ solar park will power aluminium production operations

Plants feel down too! Stress in plants can now be measured

The technology is designed to detect stressful plant conditions, including drought, heat, cold and light stress

Government bans peat burning on protected bogs

The burning of vegetation will be banned in sites of ‘special scientific interest’, in ‘conservation’ and ‘special protection’ areas

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