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Addressing the climate emergency at COP26
In November, the UK will host COP26, an event that could be the world’s last chance to get climate change under control.
Big Energy Saving Winter
Big Energy Saving Winter is back for 2020, and this time we have more ways to help you save on your energy…
Energy Saving Schools Challenge
Access free teaching resources to help your students to learn how to address the climate emergency.
Energy Saving Week 2021
Energy Saving Week in Northern Ireland kicks off on 22 November. Saving energy at home can reduce carbon emissions as well as…
Find your feet
Our Active Travel Week encouraged you to find your feet for cleaner, greener and healthier travel.
Fuel Poverty Awareness Day
Fuel poverty tends to see the poorest people, who live in the least energy efficient homes, pay the most for their energy.
Greener Heating Guide
Time to upgrade your heating? This Greener Heating Guide will take you through the whole process, from choosing a system to finding…
How to save money on your energy bills
Every home should be warm and safe, but for many households across the UK, the reality is very different.
International Women’s Day 2021
This year, we’re celebrating International Women’s Day on 8 March 2021: a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements…
International Women’s Day 2022
At Energy Saving Trust, we're committed to a world that is equitable and inclusive for everyone and to breaking the gender bias.
Love your home, protect your world
Take our quiz to see what steps you could take at home to protect your world for future generations. You can also…
Love your home, protect your world: be part of a positive change
You’re willing to consider your impact when upgrading your home or thinking about travel – you’re officially part of the solution.