Climate change sucks.
Let's do something about it.
Blown away by the awesome power of the wind? You’re not alone.
But the government is taking this climate-change-busting industry away from us.
We can’t stand by while wind power is hung out to dry.
We need to talk about the heating. And not just the scarily warm winter we’re having.
A bit of basic draught-proofing can help loads, but if we really want to take action on energy waste, we need political support.
If you love snowsports you should probably care about climate change. Here’s five awesome resorts that definitely do!
Three quarters of the UK public support onshore wind. We headed in parliament to make sure the government know it.
Photo story: there's only one turbine in the country with a viewing platform up the top. Our own Leo Murray and his son and co-pilot Sol went to investigate.
Introducing the farm that got solar and didn't stop there but used the revenue raised from the Feed-in- Tariff to fund local projects for education and sustainability.
October was a really good month for Scottish wind power.
Solar treasure hunters have found a LOT of solar potential out there.
This community owned wind turbine pays for a village handyman, and defibrillators. And produces clean power of course. Not bad.
Harnessing the power of the wind made the tiny community on Tiree more resilient.
Government policy changes may have put a spanner in the works for our community solar project in Manchester, but there's (sun)rays of hope shining through.
Most people don't fly very much, and business travel is falling. What if we didn't need that new runway an after all?
Today we released The Wind newspaper. How much do the UK really love wind power? How do the press treat wind? What are the top ten windy anthems? Read all about it here.
October half term often brings some blustery weather. Here are a few ways you can make the most of it.