Climate change sucks.
Let's do something about it.
Electric trains, not diesel trains: tell the government not to scrap the electrification of our railways!
Our current work
How you can cut your personal carbon emissions.
The government is blocking onshore wind power. We're standing up for it.
We're giving solar panels in memory of solar-fan Prince.
A rooftop adventure for solar treasure hunters.
Making local renewables work for local people.
Turns out 65% of people would be happy to live within five miles of a wind farm.
Last week the Times published our open letter to the Transport Secretary asking him to reconsider plans to halt the electrification of railways in the north, midlands and south Wales.
In 2012, Bradford Cathedral entered the history books as the first UK cathedral with a solar roof.
1010er Ross Robertson reviews Netflix documentary Chasing Coral and suggests a few things you can do to protect our oceans from climate change.
Cycling is a super way to cut your carbon emissions as well as stay healthy and save cash. Here are a few pointers if you're just getting started.
At St Luke's primary, everybody got involved in putting solar panels on their roof.
Morecambe Bay, Lancaster, used to be the second largest gas field in the UK. Now they're leading a new way to do energy with community-owned renewables.
Co-operatively owned, super cheap wind turbines are the order of the day in Germany.
Energy Local is an innovative trial matching people to their local hydro in north Wales. For Carwyn, it's the clever innovation he loves being part of.
Scotland is getting a giant solar park, the Arsenal stadium is going renewable, and one Pakistani province has planted a billion new trees.
Music festivals are amazing, but they can be super wasteful and carbon-intense. Here are six ways you can cut your carbon footprint while you're enjoying the musical, muddy fun.
Last week Mean Moor wind farm was owned by a company. Now it's co-operatively owned by the community!
In Nottingham, the world's largest biogas bus fleet is hitting the road, and Sweden's largest pension fund is divesting from companies violating the Paris Agreement.