The Church of England has marked the start of the Lent festival by challenging Christians to use less plastic during the 40-day period.
Scandinavia has long been known for its progressive tendencies, and this is particularly true when it comes to recognising climate change’s threats and opportunities.
The world’s first floating offshore wind farm has performed better than expected after its initial three months of operation.
The Queen of the United Kingdom has reportedly banned plastic straws and bottles from being used across the various Royal homes and palaces.
Network Rail, the public body which manages the UK’s rail infrastructure, has announced plans to provide free drinking water across all of its railway stations.
The Dutch city of Eindhoven will play host to new apartments designed to provide a model for sustainable residential buildings.
Manchester City football club has announced it is joining the Show the Love campaign, designed to raise awareness of environmental issues in local communities.
The UK’s royal family will take part in an upcoming fashion initiative to celebrate sustainable clothing by designers from nations of the Commonwealth.
Eurostar, the high-speed train operator between the UK and mainland Europe, has set itself a new 10-point plan to fully incorporate sustainability into its business.
Following the recent damaging floods in Paris, city officials are exploring the possibility of suing fossil fuel companies, joining New York and other major American cities in the courtroom against oil and natural gas companies.
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