Countdown to COP26: ambition needed to meet pace and scale of net zero transition

18 October 2021

In less than two weeks, the UK will host COP26, bringing together almost every country in the world to address issues related…

Tips to help you avoid food waste and reduce carbon emissions

14 October 2021

We waste an estimated 1.3 billion tonnes of food every year - around one third of all food produced for human consumption.

How our programmes are helping everyone address the climate emergency

1 October 2021

For National Inclusion Week, we’ve gathered highlights from the programmes we deliver that are working to support those who are often the…

How to measure your organisation’s carbon footprint

29 September 2021

Have you thought about measuring your organisation’s carbon footprint? It might be worth doing if you’re looking to reach net zero.

What is district heating? A low carbon solution for the UK’s homes

13 September 2021

District heating offers the promise of a simple solution for the supply of low carbon heat to homes, businesses and buildings.

Reduce, repair, recycle: how to stem the rising tide of e-waste

6 September 2021

The electronics industry thrives on the thrill of the new. But electronic waste from throwaway gadgets is a huge international issue.

Net zero by 2045: how Scotland is tackling the climate emergency

2 September 2021

With the eyes of the world on Glasgow between now and November, we decided to find out how Scotland is tackling climate…

How reducing food waste can help the environment

31 August 2021

Home economics is making a comeback. Behaving in a more sustainable way around food can help your budget as well as the…

What your organisation needs to know about sustainable home improvements

20 August 2021

Reducing building energy demand through improved fabrics is important, but this won’t be enough for homes to reach net zero emissions by…

Decarbonisation in Northern Ireland: the potential of a one stop shop

17 August 2021

Free, independent and impartial advice and support for everyone should be an integral part of Northern Ireland’s energy landscape.