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Climate wins: Americans are eating less beef, and a Germany coal mine is being transformed into a giant battery.
One was an award winning social enterprise tackling climate change in Oxfordshire. The other was a local company with the highest percentage of electric-hybrids in a UK bus fleet...
Floating wind turbines are coming to Scotland, and India has tripled solar in the last three years...
Offshore wind is rivalling coal on cost and solar power you can use at night in Hawaii.
33,000 of us wanted the government to back onshore wind and solar in the budget. This is what the chancellor said.
These five old buildings aren't living in the past when it comes to tackling climate change.
Wales has plenty of unsung heroes doing amazing things to cut carbon! Here are seven of our faves.
Solar power is booming in New York, and zero-emissions hydrogen trains are coming to Germany.
Ever had a picnic ruined by a surprise summer shower?
We first built offshore wind turbines in the UK in 2000. And now they produce 5% of our electricity - and rising all the time.
This Valentine's Day we swapped red roses for pink pinwheels to show our love for onshore wind.
Last week we asked you to help Resilient Energy fund their high court appeal. Boy, did you deliver.
Hospitals need lots of energy for the important work of making people better. For these hospitals, clean power is the answer.
Seems like 100% renewables is the way to go.
Download our pinwheel making kit and then show you love wind by making some on Valentine's Day!
If only the government would let them...
Positive news alert! Five great things that happened on climate change this month.
Last year we asked the government to give onshore wind financial support. They didn't say no... but they didn't say yes either. So we need to keep the pressure high.
The government want to kick onshore wind off our shores. But their solution not only takes away our cheapest low carbon tech, but drags solar down with it.
It's great news that coal is dropping like a stone in our energy mix. But what is picking up the slack?