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Holiday wildlife haven opens on historic crane in Bristol dockyard

A zero-carbon treehouse featuring over 400 wildlife-friendly plants has been created on a former cargo crane, Crane 29, on Bristol’s...

EU Skills relaunch water safety training 'blue card'

Industry skill standards and training body Energy & Utility Skills (EU Skills) ...

US withdrawal from Paris Agreement: government and industry reactions

The announcement on 1 June 2017 by US President Donald Trump that the United States would be withdrawing from the 2015 Paris Agreement on Climate...

Mountain restoration challenge for Northern Ireland Water

Northern Ireland (NI) Water is set to commence work to restore parts of the historic Mourne...

World’s first commercial plant to capture carbon dioxide from air opens in Switzerland

The world’s first commercial direct air capture (DAC) plant that collects atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) for supply and sale opened today...

Former energy minister to help promote UK renewables

Former energy minister now conservative peer, Sandip Verma (Baroness Verma), has joined the Board of the UK’s leading green energy trade...

Scotland announces £43 million investment in low-carbon energy infrastructure

Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has announced a £43 million investment programme into 13 low-carbon infrastructure...

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