Black bin waste becomes green energy of the future

Unhygienic black bin bag waste will be transformed into energy for nearly 180,000 homes at the UK’s most advanced energy recovery facility. North London Waste Authority (NLWA) has signed the contract for this pioneering project...

£4.5m competition fund to upskill UK’s PEMD sector

The UK energy industry is set to benefit from a £4.5m government investment with a new funding competition from Innovate UK. T he aim is to further develop talent pipelines across power electronics, machines and drives (PEMD)...

Environment Bank celebrates new Credits scheme

A Yorkshire-based business is seeking to restore biodiversity and create new wildlife habitats throughout the UK, with the help of its pioneering ‘Credits’ scheme. Environment Bank has hired 20 professionals, including ecologists, marketing, operational and...

Worcestershire launches industry-first Cleantech bootcamp

Wyre Forest District Council and Worcestershire technology accelerator BetaDen have launched an industry-first Cleantech bootcamp to help businesses develop and commercialise solutions to some of the biggest environmental challenges facing industries around the world. BetaDen...

JPA Workspaces Shortlisted for 2022 edie Sustainability Leaders Awards

JPA Workspaces are delighted to be shortlisted as finalists for SME of the Year for the 2022 edie Sustainability Leaders Awards. “Other edie finalists include JLL, Aviva, Mitie, Tesco and Wilmott Dixon so we are...

Visionary COO set to drive growth at JPA

RICHARD COOKSEY believes that a great business leader should be able to set out a vision and communicate it effectively to the workforce. He has been busy doing just that since he joined JPA Workspaces as...

Feel the warmth this winter

Looking to cut down on costly bills, unsustainable fuels, and your carbon footprint? Eco-Wright Energy has the green energy solution for you. This Worcester-based family firm specialises in a cutting-edge range of renewable heating and...

Is the water crisis being overlooked?

With its imperativeness to human life, is enough attention being placed on the water crisis from our world’s changing climate, asks water sector training provider Learning & Development Associates (L&DA). The global water crisis is...

The End of COP26: What Now?

The annual United Nations climate change conference took place in Glasgow, and ended on 13th November. But what was discussed? What decisions were made? And how will they reflect you as a consumer? Let’s take...

Step up climate change adaptation efforts or face huge disruption: UN report

Estimated adaptation costs in developing countries are five to ten times greater than current public adaptation finance flows Fewer than one third of 66 countries funded COVID-19 recovery measures to address climate risks ...