Heating is something we’ve got to crack if we’re going to tackle climate change in the UK. Most of our heating comes from fossil fuel boilers and ⅓ of all greenhouse gas emissions comes from heating.
We need to be much smarter about how we use heat, and find new ways to create it.
Our latest film uncovers the hidden world of heat in our homes and streets using a thermal imaging camera. Check out the surprising places heat is created and wasted.
Read more about the problem of heat and ways we have been working to help tackle it.
Carbon Co-op in Manchester brings locals together to give their homes a serious energy efficiency makeover.
Five amazing buildings finding innovative ways to stay warm and keep their carbon emissions down.
A bit of basic draught-proofing can help loads, but if we really want to take action on energy waste, we need political support.
Even if getting into the pool always makes you gasp, heating pools actually takes quite a lot of energy. Meet five who are rising to the challenge with some very creative clean heating.
We need to talk about the heating. And not just the scarily warm winter we’re having.
Five ways you can hack your home to save energy - in just five minutes!
So, you’ve mastered the central heating timer and stopped the sofa from blocking the radiator. Still wearing ski gloves in the living room? Let’s take this to the next level!
The answer to rising energy bills is hidden on an housing estate in Oldham.
Try these simple tips to keep your home warm and save energy this winter.
Running your own heatseekers quest can be a fun way to get people talking about heat. Here’s some tips to get you started.
A quest into the hidden world of heat.
We’re planning to install heat pumps in parks to produce low carbon heating and cash for the park’s upkeep. Right now we’re picking the lucky park!
Last year, we campaigned for tougher laws for tenants living in cold homes. And we’ve won!
How renewable heating can mean more money for park playgrounds and football pitches.
Through the magic of heat pumps, the lost rivers flowing below London could offer low carbon heating and cooling.
This magical bit of tech uses simple physics to pump out a load of heat. We explain how they work (and why they’re so cool).
Government plans to protect renters living in cold homes don't go nearly far enough to protect the most vulnerable tenants. Write to them now.
From April, private landlords won’t be allowed to rent out the coldest homes. But there’s a loophole. Landlords won't have to improve their properties if that would cost them any money up front...