Climate change sucks.
Let's do something about it.
Christmas shopping is sending carbon levels through the roof. This year, pledge to give time, not stuff, to your loved ones.
Riding sunbeams! We've invented a clever bit of tech that means you can plug solar panels directly into the railway to power trains.
Meat and dairy are big climate change offenders. This Christmas season cook a plant-based meal for your friends or family.
LED street lights cut carbon, save money and reduce light pollution. Find out if your neighbourhood has gone LED.
Give some shares in a community wind turbine this Christmas! Your loved one will get a great return on investment for 20 years, and everyone will get to enjoy a bit more renewable energy.
10:10 and Imperial College London have invented a clever bit of tech that means you can plug solar panels directly into the railway to power trains.
You donated thousands for community groups to go solar. Now the panels are going up!
It’s not everyday you arrive at your destination with 14,000 fellow travellers on board.
Have you ever got something from a Secret Santa you actually wanted? Try a few alternatives to save cash, and carbon, this year.
Your local planning department is probably not where you go to get your lols. But maybe it should be...
Only 20% of councils in the UK have switched to LEDs. We did some research into the benefits and the experiences of the places that have already seen the light.
The planning system is rigged against onshore wind. Communities who want to build it aren't allowed. We're calling on the government to make the system fair.
Tis the season for festive Christmas lights. Here are six of our favourites which all just happen to be super-efficient LED lights.
"I was amazed at how incredibly generous BWCE are in giving away so much to the local community.”
"We realised that if you want to complete the sustainability picture then you have to include renewable energy."
In need of a way to tackle climate change, cut light pollution and save money for your neighbourhood? Look no further.
For the directors of LCG, installing community owned renewable energy is a means to an end. Their real passion is helping local communities reduce their energy costs and carbon footprints.
We have the chance to win funding to help a Worcestershire village build natural flood defences and tackle climate change. We just need your vote.
In 1896, the building which now houses the National Centre for Circus Arts opened as a power station, now it's generating energy again, but this time it's much cleaner!