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The new initiative, 100% Sport, offers inspiration to inspire sports fans to "go solar," but not much else of substance.
Clean energy, particularly solar panels, offer schools more than just a great way to reduce unnecessary costs.
The powerful Church of England is putting its pounds and pence where its mouth is: The body that administers the worldwide Anglican Communion last week announced it is divesting from thermal coal and tar sands.
The future of bicycling in London: Gensler has proposed converting abandoned metro tunnels into a network of bike paths and pedestrian walkways.
The Tate Gallery in London was ordered by a court to disclose the amount of money the museum received from BP between 1990 to 2006.
Marks and Spencer says 63 percent of its products sold have had a Plan A or “sustainable” attribute.
Recently the first bus in the United Kingdom made its maiden voyage, powered by yes, biomethane from human poop and food waste.
Made to Last connects consumers to artisans and manufacturers who craft their wares within the United Kingdom.
Child Eyes and No More Page 3 launched successful social media protests that convinced the UK's largest supermarkets to change their newspaper display stands.
Despite claiming in 2012 that it was committed to clean energy, the UK government has given fracking the green light despite widespread public concern.
To raise awareness about the world's largest solar bridge, SolarCentury surprised London commuters at a station to serve them a free cup of tea brewed in the world's largest tea cup.
UK energy consumers have long complained about the rising cost of their utility bills, which now soar over $2,000 U.S. annually--clean energy is an option, but not if UK politicians start scaling back their rhetoric.