Nearly three-quarters of people want world leaders to agree a global deal

Two-thirds of public want immediate action on climate change

Seventy-three per cent of the UK public want world leaders to agree a global deal on climate change and 66 per cent want action to be taken immediately, a new survey shows.

'Climate change is already having a noticeable impact on our wildlife,' says the University of Exeter

Reports map climate change ‘refugia’ for English wildlife

Two reports from a partnership between Natural England and the University of Exeter have identified areas where wildlife can survive in the face of climate change, called 'refugia'.

Around 75 per cent of London's CO2 emissions come from buildings

Johnson praises London businesses for carbon-cutting commitments

Boris Johnson has praised the 59 businesses that have signed up to the inaugural Business Energy Challenge, which have committed to cut energy use in London.

The Smart Meter Challenge ran for ten weeks

British Gas smart meter study reveals potential energy savings

British Gas's ten-week study of domestic smart meter use has revealed potential energy bill savings of up to £66 per year.

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The fund is intended to find solutions to the UK's energy trilemma

Businesses invited to develop solutions to ‘energy trilemma’ through Energy Catalyst

Businesses and researchers have been invited to apply for investment through the latest round of Innovate UK's Energy Catalyst competition.

Manufacturing

Anaerobic digestion can turn food by-products into energy

Nestlé cuts energy bill by £100,000 with on-site AD plant

Nestlé is saving around £100,000 per annum by sourcing eight per cent of the energy required for its Fawdon confectionery factory from an on-site anaerobic digestion plant.

Retail

Asda has meters in over 660 UK sites

Asda to install Enacto energy monitors in 660 sites

Asda is to use Elster EnergyICT's Enacto energy monitoring management platform to control over 10,000 meters in over 660 UK sites.

Food & Farming

Anaerobic digestion can turn food by-products into energy

Nestlé cuts energy bill by £100,000 with on-site AD plant

Nestlé is saving around £100,000 per annum by sourcing eight per cent of the energy required for its Fawdon confectionery factory from an on-site anaerobic digestion plant.

Energy

The Fit for the Future Network helps landowners reduce energy use

Fit for the Future Network marks first anniversary with Royal Household membership

The Royal Household has become the newest member of the Fit for the Future Network, launched by the National Trust and Ashden, coinciding with its first anniversary.

Green Living

Cat sitting on path

Natural England’s Paths for Communities scheme ‘incredibly popular’

Natural England says its two-year, £2million Paths for Communities scheme has been 'incredibly popular' with the creation of over 76km new public rights of way.

Design

The funding will support technologies that significantly reduce the CO2 and other emissions of vehicles

R&D funding worth £100m offered for low-carbon vehicle tech

Investment of up to £100million has been made available to support the development of low-carbon, low-emission automotive propulsion technologies.