More waste to landfill after a no-deal Brexit

A major waste company has warned that more waste could be sent to landfill in the UK after a no-deal Brexit.

Target for ‘net-zero’ by 2050 currently undeliverable

The Science and Technology Committee has highlighted the lack of government policies in place to deliver the net zero target by 2050.

Green responsibilities ignored by local gov employees

A fifth of local authority employees say they feel no responsibility to act in an environmentally friendly way in the workplace.

TfL 'Healthy Street Officers' to promote sustainable travel

TfL has announced a new programme that will see 'Healthy Streets Officers' encourage greater walking, cycling and public transport In London.

Call for evidence launched for future food systems

A call for evidence has been launched to allow consumers and producers to help shape how we produce, sell and consume food in the UK.

New bins in Wandsworth to tackle gum mess

Wandsworth Council has signed a contract with a chewing gum recycling company to help keep the borough’s streets clean.

Car Free Zones introduced outside six Glasgow schools

A trial of car free zones that will improve road safety at six Glasgow primary schools will begin on the first day of new school term.

Extra funding for Liverpool’s clean air plan

Liverpool City Council has been awarded an additional £652,000 by the government to complete its clean air plan.

West Suffolk Council celebrates solar farm success

A 12.4MW solar farm at Toggam Farm in Lakenheath has generated more than £1.5 million of income in its third year.

Housing association pledges to build plastic free houses

Accord is aiming to build virtually plastic free houses in its attempts to reduce the amount of plastic used during construction.

Greater Manchester declares a climate emergency

The Greater Manchester Combined Authority has declared a climate emergency.

The funding will go towards helping local authorities to install chargepoints, which can be built into existing structures like lamp-posts.

UK to receive Google Flood Alerts

The UK has become one of the first countries in Europe where people will be able to receive flood alerts via the Google Public Alerts map.

Scotland boosts energy credentials with new District Heat Network

Nicola Sturgeon has opened a new £6m project which uses cutting-edge renewables technology to harness energy from waste water.

Southampton to introduce Living Wall on roundabout

Southampton City Council has begun work to transform the Millbrook Roundabout with a new Living Wall made up of green planting.