World Animal Protection’s new research: Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds, Metro Bank and Santander are worst banks for investing in animal cruelty

Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds, Metro Bank and Santander are likely to be investing in animal cruelty. All five high-street banks have come joint last in... read more

06.12.2023 • By World Animal Protection UK

Volunteers Make a Difference at Callander Primary School

The sun shone on a cold November day for the latest Friends of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs “Make a Difference Day” which took place at Callander... read more

05.12.2023 • By Friends of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs

Here Comes a $5 billion Redox Flow Battery Company

Chapters 6 SWOT appraisals 5 Forecast lines 2024-2044 28 Infograms, tables, graphs 113... read more

05.12.2023 • By Zhar Research

National Park charity brings Christmas to Ross Priory once again

Members and guests enjoyed an entertaining afternoon as Friends of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs, the independent conservation and heritage... read more

04.12.2023 • By Friends of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs

First Series and Phase Change Solutions (PCS) Partner to Support UK’s Waste Reduction Goals with Apollo™ Panels

December 4 th , 2023 London and Greensboro — First Series, an innovative company focused on solving unmet needs in healthcare and associated... read more

04.12.2023 • By Phase Change Solutions

Okala-DRC deal to unlock Congo’s natural capital wealth

UNDER EMBARGO Okala-DRC deal to unlock Congo’s natural capital wealth COP, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 3rd December 2023 – A... read more

03.12.2023 • By Okala Ltd

New pet welfare fund for rescue organisations launching in January

Animal welfare charity, Naturewatch Foundation, is launching a new Pet Rescue Grant in 2024 to help dogs, cats and rabbits impacted by illegal... read more

30.11.2023 • By Naturewatch Foundation

The new project to map Britain’s worst and non-existent paths

Have you ever wanted a path where there isn’t one? Or ever felt frustrated by obstacles, like overgrowth, cows, ditches or dangerous roads?... read more

24.11.2023 • By Slow Ways

European Parliament improves rules on packaging recyclability but takes a risky bet on recycled plastic content

Strasbourg   - Today, the European Parliament adopted its negotiating position on the Commission proposal for a Regulation on Packaging and... read more

23.11.2023 • By news aktuell

Almost 2000 human deaths in the UK from the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms in 2022

True toll of UK deaths, sickness and economic loss caused by antibiotic overuse in meat production laid bare by World Animal Protection UK... read more

21.11.2023 • By World Animal Protection UK

Off-Grid Long Duration Energy Storage Takes Off

Sites that are off-grid or capable of being off-grid are growing rapidly. From buildings to industrial processes, data centers, desalination... read more

15.11.2023 • By Zhar Research

Friends of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs pre-Christmas Event

It’s not too late to order tickets for the Friends’ Christmas Concert which will take place in the beautiful surroundings of Ross Priory,... read more

14.11.2023 • By Friends of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs

The Man to Sail the Pacific Before His 70th Birthday Writes a Book on Achieving High Stake Dreams

Dare to Dream , by seasoned adventure Lowell Sheppard, is an original book that demonstrates that it is never too late to live your dreams.... read more

13.11.2023 • By LID Business Media

Dundreggan Rewilding Centre near Loch Ness wins international tourism award

Dundreggan Rewilding Centre, a Trees for Life initiative in Glenmoriston near Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands, has been awarded the British... read more

09.11.2023 • By Trees for Life

Combatting Illegal Exotic Pet Trade: New Campaign Focuses On EU Regulation

The illegal trade in exotic animals poses health risks and is harmful to biodiversity in Europe and the source countries. Wildlife traffickers... read more

08.11.2023 • By TRAFFIC

New Research Reveals Pesticide Mixtures Widespread in Environment, Urging Enhanced Regulatory Measures

A groundbreaking study from the SPRINT project, funded by the European Union's Horizon program, has unveiled a concerning reality: pesticide... read more

08.11.2023 • By SPRINT Horizon 2020

Will you be sending a real Christmas card?

Although many will send digital cards or forgo them altogether, research has found that nine out of ten people in the UK prefer to receive a... read more

07.11.2023 • By Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) UK

Friends Wind Shift

The conservation charity, Friends of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs, is changing its stance towards large scale renewable energy projects. In... read more

07.11.2023 • By Friends of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs

Cholera Outbreak in Zimbabwe and Humanitarian Efforts

CHOLERA UPDATE IN ZIMBABWE Zimbabwe recorded 5 964 suspected cholera cases , 1 055 confirmed cases , 5 696 recoveries , 43 Confirmed deaths... read more

01.11.2023 • By Africa Health Organisation (AHO)

Chile On Track to Become the Next Norway with New Technology

Chile and Norway are both very long, thin countries with mountains on one side, sea on the other, extremes of climate top to bottom. Their people... read more

31.10.2023 • By Zhar Research

Clean Planet Energy announce conformity with EU Sustainable Regulation (Article 9) in their ecoPlants

Clean Planet Energy , the division within Clean Planet Group focused on building infrastructure to enable the sustainable use of waste... read more

31.10.2023 • By Clean Planet Group

Carbon Green Breathes Fresh Air

Carbon Green and the initiatives we champion stand robustly independent. HARARE, ZIMBABWE, October 30, 2023 The recent headline, "... read more

30.10.2023 • By CARBON GREEN GROUP

‘Clear Direction for Climate Protection’ / DBU presents German Environmental Award

Lübeck/Osnabrück. The German Federal Environmental Foundation confers this year’s German Environmental Award today (Sunday) in Lübeck, worth a... read more

29.10.2023 • By news aktuell

Minke whales visiting Scotland’s west coast set European record

Scotland’s west coast seas are a vitally important area for minke whales – with some of these spectacular but vulnerable marine mammals notching... read more

26.10.2023 • By Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust

Designer Aquaponics is the Aquarium of the Future

Illuminated fish tanks delight from home to restaurant, hotel to cruise ship. Here is your opportunity with the modern equivalent – designer... read more

26.10.2023 • By Zhar Research

Conrad Energy kicks off new partnership with Harlequins

Harlequins are pleased to announce a new partnership with Conrad Energy who has today been unveiled as the Club’s Official Power Partner and... read more

20.10.2023 • By Admire PR

Chris Packham and Megan McCubbin present new wildlife show from Dundreggan Rewilding Centre in Highlands

Television presenters Chris Packham and Megan McCubbin will be live presenting a week of anarchic and inspiring autumn wildlife programmes from... read more

18.10.2023 • By Trees for Life

Scotland’s largest Youth Climate Summit returns on the 21st October 2023

Scotland’s largest Youth Climate Summit returns on the 21st October 2023 2023’s Youth Climate Summit will facilitate a Moment for a Movement... read more

14.10.2023 • By 2050 Climate Group

Cranfield Aerospace Solutions’ pipeline reaches over 1300 hydrogen fuel cell powerplants as it secures letter of intent from Dronamics, the world’s first cargo drone airline

Cranfield Aerospace Solutions (CAeS) and Dronamics have signed an MoU to further progress the application of the CAeS hydrogen fuel cell (HFC)... read more

12.10.2023 • By Cranfield Aerospace Solutions

Unwrap the Magic of Winter at Butser's Alternative Christmas Event: ‘Midwinter's Magical Quest’

Waterlooville, Hampshire -  Butser Ancient Farm in the South Downs is opening to the public this Winter and inviting families to embark on an... read more

12.10.2023 • By Butser Ancient Farm

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