Home heating is a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, and the government plans to spend £1.3 billion a year on upgrading homes. However, this is a small contribution to the overall problem.
Upskilling young people to cope with the climate emergency should be fundamental to their education.
In New Zealand the process of replacing carbon polluting natural gas with hydrogen began in 2019. By 2030 hydrogen will be blended into natural gas to a level of 30-40 percent, enabling New Zealand to achieve net zero carbon pollution by 2030.
without human interference. The wilding movement is growing and there are many places in East Anglia where it’s being tried.
Climate change accelerates coastal erosion, with potentially devastating consequences for some parts of the region.
Household waste collections under threat, empty supermarket shelves: the shortage of drivers is affecting our region.
We all make mistakes, especially when we are young. So it is really encouraging to see someone take the decision to climb back on the ladder. That’s what Liam is doing. I met him when he came to help install my heat pump on his first day in a new job
Environment Agency data shows East Anglia water companies released untreated sewage into rivers and coastal waters 17,428 times in 2020.
There’s so much climate emergency news these days that children may be frightened and anxious about their future. We can help them understand it and develop a proactive attitude.
Unlike its EU neighbours which stopped the practice on January 1, Britain continues to ship its plastic waste to developing countries. According to DEFRA the UK exports 210,000 tonnes of plastic waste each year to non-OECD countries.