Archive for 'low carbon'
The SEED Initiative has launched the 2014 SEED Awards supporting entrepreneurs for sustainable development, seeking entries from innovative start-up entrepreneurs delivering environmental, social and economic benefits.
Local round-up: Lancashire transport, Bristol green capital, low carbon futures, straw bale housing »
Sustainable development news from around the United Kingdom: green transport in Lancashire, Bristol named European Green Capital 2015, visions of low carbon futures, straw bales housing in Essex.
The SPLiCE research programme will explore the sustainability of different mixes of energy supply and demand options needed to deliver greenhouse gas emissions targets, looking at the impacts of different energy options.
The SDRN highlights recent publications and research on energy: popular support for system change; transforming cities through efficient urban transport; electricity market reform; an energy efficient North Sea region.
Having observed the London 2012 opening ceremony, Commission for a Sustainable London 2012 Chair Shaun McCarthy welcomed the sustainability of the Olympic cauldron, symbol of the "most sustainable Games".
Over the past 18 months, the Welsh Government has been working with industry-led Sector Skills Councils to deliver training to support a cultural shift in Wales' move to a low carbon economy.
WWF's collection of case studies from around the world demonstrate how businesses and entrepreneurs are responding to environmental challenges with innovation and transformation.
Does the financial crisis offer opportunities to approach service delivery in a new way, providing better services with lower carbon emissions? A new study aims to help the public sector respond positively for a low carbon Britain.
A new project aims to shape the future of passenger transport, harnessing the automotive innovation, research and technological expertise of the Midlands for a low carbon vehicle revolution.