What is net zero and how can we get there?
The term ‘net zero’ is starting to crop up in the news on an almost daily basis. But what does net zero…
World Health Day: innovative technologies using clean energy to improve health
We look at two organisations who received funding for projects that support the overall wellbeing of individuals, health and care workers.
How can energy access programmes increase accessibility for disabled people?
A new report explores how programmes, manufacturers and distributors of appliances in developing countries can address the needs of people with disabilities.
How Earth Hour can shine a spotlight on the climate emergency
Millions of people will turn off their lights at 8pm local time to draw attention to climate change, waste and other environmental…
Helping householders save water, energy and money – and reduce carbon emissions
On World Water Day, we take a closer look at how Energy Saving Trust is helping householders in Scotland to not only…
Tips to help you avoid food waste on Global Recycling Day
We waste an estimated 1.3 billion tonnes of food every year - around one third of all food produced for human consumption.
Working to reduce carbon emissions in Northern Ireland on St Patrick’s Day
To celebrate St Patrick's Day this year, we are shining a light on our work to reduce carbon emissions in Northern Ireland.
Who pays? Future heat and the elephant in the room
We have just 15 years to build a supply chain capable of installing 1.6 million low carbon alternatives to gas boilers each…
Mind the gap? The curious case of the ‘Future support for low carbon heat consultation’ and the missing millions
This is the first in a series of two articles on the UK Government’s planned support for low carbon heating in homes…
Going beyond energy efficiency to challenge climate change
We spoke to Emilie Carmichael, head of international collaboration, about her experience of completing a major home renovation with the climate emergency…