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Giving out grants for solar projects is about so much more than the sustainable energy they provide, says Kate Trujillo from the Honnold Foundation, which was established by renowned rock climber Alex Honnold of ‘Free Solo’ fame.

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In-vitro meat, cultured from the cells of living animals, offers a unique way of sidestepping the concerns voiced by animal welfare advocates.

It can be difficult to feel the full effects of climate change, at least in a political sense. Even so, the health of our environment affects our political affairs profoundly.

Improvements in technology mean scientists examining ice cores have got a far more accurate picture for how the climate has changed over time.

UK businesses are a significant source of carbon emissions, but they’re doing their bit to offset this by planting trees.

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Our shopping habits often include buying produce from exotic parts of the world, but what could we gain from growing more seasonal fruits closer to home?

In this special feature, food extraordinaire Martyn Odell welcomes Volta Future Positive into the world of zero-waste cooking, through Lagom Chef.

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Saltwater might leave a funny taste in your mouth, but it could help power cars and much more in the future.

Unlike coal and other hydrocarbons, improving efficiencies mean renewable energy sources are getting cheaper and cheaper over time.

As part of a newly-announced green agenda, the UK Government revealed plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 68 per cent by the end of the current decade.

Renewables are a net positive for the planet, but some countries are savvier at attracting investment in these sources of power than others.

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The world EV market motored ahead in 2020, with something of a pandemic-inspired green surge finally turbo-charging the switch to electric models.

Just across the North Sea, Denmark is a shining example of a country that leads the way in decarbonising its energy mix.

It’s not every day that a new car manufacturer breaks into a market as saturated as the European motor industry, but Nio thinks it’s ready.

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