Ministers publish long-delayed blueprint for hitting target of cutting emissions by 57% in next 15 years
October 12, 2017 — Millions of draughty homes in England and Wales will be insulated and overhauled by 2035 to save families as much as £300 a year on their energy bills, under the government’s climate change plans. Continue reading Draughty homes targeted in UK climate change masterplan
Solar-powered electricity units are removing the need for dangerous kerosene lamps and allowing Africans to stay connected
July 30, 2016 — Julie Njeri did not believe her son when he declared he no longer needed spectacles to read his books and complete his homework. Continue reading The Africans buying sunshine with their phones
European commission appears to soften stance on whether it will strengthen its 40% carbon cut, after outcry over attempt to rule it out
March 9, 2016 — Europe’s chief climate negotiator has said he is open to increasing the EU’s carbon target for 2030, in a backdown by the European commission.
Continue reading EU open to increasing 2030 carbon target, says top climate negotiator