Up to a third of plastic packaging used by supermarkets across the UK is either ‘non-recyclable’ or difficult to salvage, a snapshot investigation by Which? has uncovered.
All large companies will be required to report their carbon emissions and energy use from next April under a new framework announced by the UK government yesterday.
The top 20 meat and dairy firms produce more greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions than the entire UK, and are set to be the planet’s worst climate polluters within the next few decades.
The fashion industry is killing rivers in several developing countries, according to hard-hitting documentary RiverBlue. Producer Roger Williams talks to Huw Morris.
Change is afoot in the energy supply market, with the introduction of legislation to control combustion plant emissions. But how prepared are operators and regulators? John Dickson and Jane Hall investigate.
Designing in resilience to biological phenomena can help organisations to prepare more generally for the impacts of climate change, writes Tom Wycherley.
Awareness of the issues associated with plastic waste is at an all-time high. Those improving sustainability and environmental performance will never have a better opportunity to present their case
The secretary of state refused an application for a development consent order for the construction of a wind farm near a special protection area that supported breeding pairs of red kites.
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