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Humanity is now more aware of its impact on the planet than ever before. The dangerous effects of climate change are well documented and, unless governments, businesses and society as a whole take drastic action in the near future, irreversible... Read more

Swiss food and drinks goliath Nestlé has set a target to acheive zero carbon emissions, in line the the aims of the Paris Agreement... Read more

European automakers are telling governments across the continent that they must help build electric vehicle charging points and provide consumer subsidies to to boost sales of battery-powered vehicles, as well as assisting the industry in meeting... Read more

Suntory Beverage and Food Europe (SBFE) has set out its plan to move to 100% sustainable plastic bottles within a decade, fully moving away from virgin plastic derived from fossil fuels, mirroring the Suntory Group’s global ambition... Read more

Sweden’s Electrolux today introduced the Better Living Program, a plan to enable better and more sustainable living for consumers around the world through 2030. With bold targets focusing on better eating, better garment care and a better home... Read more

Sustainably-sourced steel can help OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) deliver climate-smart products and reduce their overall carbon footprint – and in turn attract environmentally conscious customers and respond to tightening legislation... Read more

With environmental concerns at the forefront of everyone’s mind, the automotive industry is under a lot of pressure. The manufacture and maintenance of cars has a lot to answer for in terms of fossil fuel emissions. In recent years however... Read more

Eight years ago, came a great promise — domestic smart meters vowed to save on energy bills and reduce Britain’s carbon emissions by 34 million tonnes over 20 years. Since then, 10.8 million smart meters have been installed, but tackling household... Read more

The Clean Arctic Alliance has challenged Chinese state-owned shipping and logistics services supplier to make public the fuel that is being used on its vessels in the Arctic waters between the Pacific and Atlantic... Read more

Refitting old North Sea platforms to act as pumping stations for self-contained CO2 storage sites would be 10 times cheaper than decommissioning the structures. Read more

As society strives towards the goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, it is imperative that businesses take immediate action if that goal is to come to fruition. Here Kayte O’Neill, Head of Strategy and Regulation at the UK's Electricity... Read more

In preparation for Earth Overshoot Day on July 29, Schneider Electric, a specialist in digital transformation of energy management and automation, has committed to promoting the concept of one-planet compatibility as an essential framework for... Read more

Hungary's low-cost airline Wizz Air has claimed that it has the lowest per passenger CO2 emissions of all airlines in the European Union. Read more

Volvo Buses has unveiled the latest in its range of all-electric articulated buses. The new Volvo 7900 Electric Articulated offers less noise, higher capacity and emission free operations. The 7900 joins the company's expanding, comprehensive... Read more

The EU's Horizon 2020 has granted €5.9-million for the continued development of a patented alumina technology. The technology is co-owned by Nordic Mining and Institute for Energy Technology (IFE) and patented in Norway, Russia, Denmark and the US... Read more

LG Electronics has launched its ambitious Zero Carbon 2030 initiative, whereby the company is committing to the achievement of net-zero carbon emissions from all global emissions within the next 12 years... Read more

Whether it’s to fuel the company fleet or just a single van, petrol prices can be a big dent in the company finances. By current figures, the number of cars around the world will double by 2040, and this will affect the prices we see in the forecourt Read more

Nouryon and Gasunie are studying an expansion of a planned green hydrogen unit at Delfzijl, the Netherlands. The feasibility study follows a deal to convert sustainable electricity into green hydrogen for SkyNRG. The plant, which would convert... Read more

Technology giant Bosch has accepted a fine €90-million for lapses in supervisory duties that allow car manufacturers to engage in emissions cheating, according to a statement by German prosecutors in Stuttgart... Read more

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has for the first time given her support to the idea that Germany would join a pan-European alliance looking to attain carbon neutrality by 2050. The move appears to go against the country's actions at a recent EU... Read more

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