The UK is still lagging far behind other countries when it comes to green building, according to the latest reports from across the world.
The government has recently vowed to phase out traditional cars in favour of electric vehicles by 2040, but critics say air quality is reliant on fewer cars in cities.
The University of Northampton will see its heating and water provided by a new biomass energy plant at its 58-acre campus across the city.
Green roofs, where plants and other sustainable features are utilised as ways to combat climate change in cities, are increasingly popular, according to a survey released this week.
Recently, the UK managed to use a record amount of sustainably generated energy to power homes, but how can it build on this progress for years to come?
A Chinese province ran entirely on renewable energy for seven days as a way to test the ability of sustainable power to provide for the nation's needs in the future.
Solar panels and energy storage are two of the most popular sustainability measures that homeowners say they would like to see in their properties.
Germany has become a world leader in green energy production, with more than a third of its electricity produced coming from green sources in 2017.
The government is facing increasing pressure from climate companies and green industry critics to push forward the issues that affect them and bring about change.
Maintenance, running costs and air quality: Why your business should choose natural ventilation over AC this summer
As summer continues to bring better weather and higher temperatures, office managers need to make sure they have prepared well to keep staff happy.
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