Blogs tagged by Carbon Footprint
Whether you’re looking to keep your bill to a minimum or lessen your environmental impact, here are some suggestions for a greener life indoors.
Posted by: Jen Laming | Posted on: 31.03.2020Read 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
Are you dreaming of a green Christmas? Here are our tips for a festive season that’s fun, frugal and eco-friendly.
Posted by: Good Energy | Posted on: 01.12.2019Read more
Regulators exist to protect consumers. But is having a narrow focus on protecting the consumers of today, failing the consumers of tomorrow?
Posted by: Kit Dixon | Posted on: 22.10.2019Read more
Hundreds of local authorities and businesses have declared a climate emergency, joining Good Energy in its 20-year ongoing fight against the devastation of our home planet.
Posted by: Juliet Davenport | Posted on: 20.09.2019Read more
On a Friday afternoon this August, the UK electricity grid saw significant outages. So what was supposed to happen?
Posted by: Thomas Harrison | Posted on: 27.08.2019Read more
The energy needed to keep Britain warm is enormous. Our collective heating demands across the country — homes, businesses, industry — often dwarf our power hungry tea habits. How do we make it greener?
Posted by: Adam Wentworth | Posted on: 26.07.2019Read more
“Necessary, feasible and cost effective”. That’s what the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) says about achieving net zero UK greenhouse gas emissions in its new all-encompassing report.
Posted by: Ian McKee | Posted on: 02.05.2019Read more
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