UK’s first converted ‘Electric Avenue’ unveiled

Siemens has unveiled the UK’s first electric avenue, over half a mile in length, that has been fully converted to cater for electric vehicle charging.

New powers to reshape bus services across Wales

Ken Skates is introducing new legislation into the Senedd giving councils bold new powers to reshape bus services across Wales.

Manchester sets five-year climate plan

Manchester City Council has backed a framework for how the city will combat climate change in the next five years.

£5 million for National Forest in Wales

Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford has unveiled the exciting concept for a National Forest running the length and breadth of Wales.

Over 1,500 trees planted in West Midlands virtual forest

The WMCA commitment to the environment has blossomed as more than 1,500 trees have been planted in its virtual forest.

City of York Council to transform it’s vehicle fleet

City of York Council is set to transform it’s fleet of vehicles and become a leader in the fight to reduce the city’s carbon emissions.

Leeds Clean Air Zone to go live in September

Leeds City Council has confirmed that its Clean Air Charging Zone (CAZ) will go live on 28 September this year.

UK cannot go climate neutral by 2050 without lifestyle changes

A report claims that Net Zero by 2050 is possible with support for innovation and scale-up across three essential areas.

Former ‘Red Wall’ seats demand action on climate

There is overwhelming demand across the former ‘Red Wall’ seats for Rishi Sunak to take firm action on the climate emergency in the budget.

Coalition urges for environment-focused Budget

A new coalition has stressed that the new Chancellor must grasp this ‘vital opportunity’ to prioritise the environment in his first Budget.

Southampton publishes Green City Plan 2030

Southampton City Council has published its Green City Plan 2030, which sets out an ambitious vision for a greener council.

£33bn a year needed to reach net zero by 2050

New IPPR analysis has revealed the scale of extra investment needed to hit the UK's vital 2050 net zero target.

Extra £200 million for innovative floods projects announced

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced an extra £200 million for innovative floods projects.

Additional cars from last decade would cover coastline

More than 3.6 million additional cars were licensed between 2009 and 2019, enough to cover the entire British coastline.

Islington to use waste heat from the Tube to warm buildings

An energy centre will use waste heat from the London Underground to provide heating and hot water to more than 1,350 homes in Islington.

Pages