Project aims to boost recycling supply chain for luxury cars

A new research project aims to deliver a sustainable source of rare earth magnets for electric and hybrid vehicles for one of the most...

Less than half of company executives see sustainability as high priority

A new report by ENGIE Impact appears to reveal that attitudes to sustainability are lagging among company executives – only 45% of execs...

80% of oil workers considering career impacts of climate change

New study shows half in oil and gas have considered new role in renewable energy industry – or are already diversifying into it Eight...

Balkans win for trio

A consortium led by engineer Mott MacDonald has won a contract from the European Commission to help strengthen infrastructure development across the Western Balkans. The...

Water utility uses AI to manage energy

North West water firm United Utilities is using artificial intelligence to deliver a flexible approach to energy management .

Better the dEUvil you know?

Dr Kerry Ashford, Chief Executive of the National Energy Foundation, offers a few thoughts on the EU referendum and its implications for energy and...

Net zero logistics is in the pipeline?

"Zero-emission parcel delivery system" developer Magway launched another round of fund-raising in late February.

Colonial Pipeline: Details emerge of landmark cyber-security breach

A cyber-attack on the largest fuel pipeline in the US, on Friday 7 May, is being described as possibly the most impactful ransomware event...
AQE 2013, the air quality and emissions show in March, was “a phenomenal success” the organisers have reported.

Air of success – AQE 2013

AQE 2013, the air quality and emissions show in March, was “a phenomenal success” the organisers have reported. A spokesman said: “With air pollution concern...

UK AD innovators line up

AD innovators were honoured on 1 July at the UK AD & Biogas Industry Awards 2015. There were 60 entries competing in 14 award...

Strike action goes ahead at Scottish Water as Unite says talks ‘waste of time’

500 key frontline workers to take part in first round of four days of action Trade union group Unite confirmed on 9 November that its...

Waste heat reuse and CO2-neutral energy supply concept among winners of German energy efficiency...

Investments in climate protection and energy efficiency are worthwhile, even from an economic point of view - a verdict that appears amply demonstrated by...

Wastewater sector emits nearly twice as much methane as previously thought

Municipal wastewater treatment plants emit nearly double the amount of methane into the atmosphere than scientists previously believed, according to new research from Princeton...

Megacities out-shine the moon in coastal environments says first quantification of artificial light at...

Coastal megacities could be illuminating the marine environment up to six times more than the moon but are often not considered when reviewing stressors...

Whale laid to rest at Canterbury landfill site

Last week (19 October) Viridor’s Shelford Landfill site in Canterbury started the process of laying to rest a 36 foot (11metre) juvenile fin whale...
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Reservoir scheme is nearer

A planning submission is expected at the end of the year as Bristol Water continues to firm up proposals for a £100m reservoir at...
The refurbished pump house with the new Godwin pump.

Sump pumping problem solved

THE installation of a Godwin DPC300 Dri-Prime pump at the Stag Industrial Estate Altrincham for Norland Managed Services has solved a potential flooding problem....

New campaign aims to help clean up Brighton and Hove

Over the bank holiday weekend, visitors to Brighton & Hove’s beaches came across some unusual reminders to use a bin or take their...

COP26 must launch a reinvigorated UK effort on climate change, says CCC

A new independent assessment of COP26 and the critical next steps for the UK was published on 2 December by the Climate Change Committee...

Our rivers: A call for action

Following the Environment Agency's release of figures in late March revealing that just 17% of England’s rivers were in good health, the Blueprint for Water...