Solar and savings – crisis energy and Government exemptions

Solar and savings – crisis energy and Government exemptions How long to a green recovery? Companies can maximise their use ...

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Time for nature and time for change

This year’s theme for World Environment Day, Time for Nature, strikes a chord with our engagement with the natural environment ...

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Will hydrogen knock out carbon?

One of the few positive upsides to the coronavirus crisis has been a sharp fall in fossil-fuel and welcome rise ...

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Government plans to change UK transport for ever

Highways as quiet as 1955 – permanently? Freedom and the open road! The Government says its net-zero emissions transport roadmap ...

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Remote working – virus & climate change

Working remotely to tackle three crises together! COVID-19 and carbon. By working from home, the Chamber Low Carbon team will ...

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The Coronavirus pandemic – what are the consequences for air quality?

Media attention has been drawn to the notable drop in air pollutant levels across areas of the globe where populations ...

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BIBAs 2020 Update

The Be Inspired Business Awards (BIBAs) 2020 ceremony has now been re-arranged to take place on Friday 11th December to ...

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On yer low-carbon bike – bus, plane or fast train

Leaping ahead in February The year’s shortest month has seen turbulent weather, a slew of political decisions and announcements focussed ...

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EU green deal, SDGs and other New Year news

Converging or diverging green goals? While it is hard to tell whether severed and separate post-Brexit UK and EU policies ...

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Year review and upcycling concept

Happy holidays with peace, joy, goodwill … and upcycling! If 2019 was turbulent, 2020 promises more intense debate, confrontation, tough ...

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