We are facing a water crisis and our energy security is being compromised. Meanwhile, our utility companies are hiking up their prices. So what can we do about it?
16 years ago upon a Cumbrian hilltop, it was proved for the first time in the UK that ‘crowdfunding’ could harness renewable energy. Today, crowdfunding in general is forcing its way into the mainstream. So, will 2013 be hailed as the year when decentralised finance for decentralised energy came of age?
Are you a small business looking to unlock the huge potential of the UK’s domestic retrofit market? The Institute for Sustainability’s Low Carbon Domestic Retrofit Guides are a valuable set of practical and commercially-focused booklets aimed at professionals and trades people alike and available to download and consult free of charge.
The Ecover Blue Mile seems to have found the ideal way to open people’s minds to the dire health of our marine environment. Now’s a chance for your organisation to get involved.
I had the opportunity to go and listen to Bill Clinton speak about resource scarcity in Oxford last week. And, it was an impressive speech – deserving of a far bigger audience than the several dozen that got to hear it.
Millions of people have been told to stop using their hosepipes or face a £1000 fine, but what is the potential impact of water shortages on businesses, which sectors are most at risk, and what should they be doing about it?