Thousands of new LED lights to shine across Worcestershire

£6 million will be spent on street lighting in Worcestershire in a bid to complete the replacement of all non-led units to more energy efficient LEDs.

Energy bill hike could leave 8.5m households in fuel poverty

The End Fuel Poverty Coalition has issued a warning that the energy crisis could leave 8.5 million households unable to heat their homes.

Bee-friendly bus shelters coming to Derby

Derby City Council has announced that the region’s bus shelters will soon be replaced with new, eco-friendly alternatives.

£288 million fund opens for green heating projects

Households and businesses are set to benefit from greener heating as a £288 million government funding scheme is opened.

Over 1,700 asthma hospitalisations in London due to toxic air

New analysis shows air pollution contributed to over 1,700 hospital admissions for asthma and COPD between 2017 and 2019.

Over half a million trees set to be planted across UK

Hundreds of thousands of trees are set to be planted as applications for the Local Authority Treescapes Fund and the Urban Tree Challenge Fund reopen.

Government has no plan for transitioning to net zero

The government still has ‘no clear plan for how the transition to net zero will be funded’, according to the Public Accounts Committee.

West Northamptonshire Council joins Net Zero pledge

West Northamptonshire Council has signed up to the UK100 Net Zero pledge, focusing on tackling the climate emergency and reducing carbon emissions.

Britain’s first Zero Emission Zone begins in Oxford

A pilot of Britain’s first Zero Emission Zone has started in Oxford ahead of the introduction of a larger ZEZ covering most of Oxford city centre in 2023.

SMEs face recurring barriers to carbon reduction

A survey from the SME Climate Hub has found that the most common barrier to SME climate action is a lack of resources, followed by a lack of funding.

North Northamptonshire commits to carbon neutral by 2030

Less than a year after coming into being, North Northamptonshire Council has announced that it is committed to becoming carbon neutral by 2030.

New Route to Net Zero Standard launched

The Carbon Trust has launched the new Route to Net Zero Standard, a key driver in its mission to accelerate the move to a decarbonised future.

Bath commits to help district reach net zero

Bath & North East Somerset Council is committing to invest tens of millions of pounds in tackling the climate and ecological emergency.

Everyone should be legally entitled to nature access

Wildlife campaigners are arguing that everyone in the UK should be legally entitled to equal access to nature.

Calls for new body to regulate EV chargepoints

The SMMT has published a new seven-point plan to ensure every driver in Britain can benefit from the electric vehicle charging network.


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