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Once you’ve made one change to be more sustainable, others often follow. This was the case for Opera North in Leeds. The national opera company has been working with Good Energy and sustainability charity Julie’s Bicycle to reduce its carbon emissions since 2017.
Posted by: Good Energy | Posted on: 12.03.2020Read more
Anyone who thinks electric vehicles (EVs) are a short-lived trend is in for a surprise. New tax rules are coming in in April 2020 that will accelerate their use on Britain's roads.
Posted by: Randall Bowen | Posted on: 11.03.2020Read more
We encouraged all of our staff to join the climate strike in Bristol, this is what happened.
Posted by: Ian McKee | Posted on: 06.03.2020Read more
Why we all need to stand up and protect our planet.
Posted by: Jen Laming | Posted on: 29.02.2020Read more
Does Scottish Power's new green tariff commit them to buying new green power?
Posted by: Tom Steward | Posted on: 24.02.2020Read more
Valentine’s Day gift giving racks up a surprisingly high environmental impact. But thankfully, it’s simple to make a romantic gesture that also shows some love for the planet.
Posted by: Jen Laming | Posted on: 11.02.2020Read more
The government should reverse plans to build Europe's largest gas plant
Posted by: Good Energy | Posted on: 04.02.2020Read more
The Committee on Climate Change is the independent body which advised the government on its 2050 net zero target. Its latest report is on land use — what does it mean for you?
Posted by: Ian McKee | Posted on: 23.01.2020Read more
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