The 10 clean growth policy 'shortfalls' and how to address them, according to MPs
Underground line to heat up London homes during winter
The sweltering temperatures on the tube's Northern line will soon begin keeping homes in Islington, north London, cosy through the colder months, under a scheme to harness the heat from the underground.
edie's Sustainability Leaders Awards 2020: One month left to enter
Businesses looking for the recognition they deserve have just one month left to enter edie's 2020 Sustainability Leaders Awards, closing 27 September, with some exciting new categories added to the scheme which recognises excellence across the spectrum of sustainable business.
Reading & Leeds festivals pledge to go plastic-free
The organiser of large-scale UK music festivals Reading and Leeds has committed to making both events free from single-use plastics by 2021.
Closing on Wednesday: Last chance for UK energy managers to take new 'Business Barometer' survey
From net-zero targets to the electrification of business fleets – all UK-based energy managers and practitioners are now being called upon to tell edie about their biggest challenges and opportunities as part of our next exclusive 'Business Barometer' survey.
IEMA: Funding cuts threatening UK's green spaces and biodiversity
Government funding for bodies such as Natural England, the Environment Agency and National Parks has fallen steeply in recent years, leaving the UK at risk of failing to meet key green policy objectives.
Planning application submitted for Europe's first low-carbon jet fuel plant in North East Lincolnshire
A planning application has been submitted for Europe's first commercial-scale plant to transform waste into a low-carbon jet fuel, with a site chosen in North East Lincolnshire.
Fashion giants vow to end contributions to global warming and ocean plastic pollution
A coalition of 32 big-name fashion firms including H&M Group, Inditex and Nike have signed a new industry commitment targeting zero climate change impact by mid-century.