Latest News

  • Pope Francis delivers historic encyclical on climate change June 25, 2015

    Last week saw the UK’s biggest ever lobby on climate change with 9,000 people descending on the Houses of Parliament to lobby MPs.  Organised by the Climate Coalition, the event was staged the day before Pope Francis delivered an historic encyclical on climate change and the environment.

    The document will play a key role in United ...

  • Attenborough officially opens Abberton Scheme June 18, 2015

    Sir David Attenborough has officially opened the £150 million Abberton Scheme, which has secured water supplies to more than a million people in the driest part of the country.

    The project, which has spanned twenty four years, has increased the capacity of Abberton Reservoir, near Colchester, by 58% to secure water supplies for generations to come ...

  • Public consultation on upcoming EU circular economy action plan June 4, 2015

    European Commission will be presenting a circular economy action plan by the end of 2015 and has recently launched a 12-week public consultation to help inform the strategy. The aim is to aid the transformation to a more competitive, resource efficient and sustainable European economy in the future.

    The idea of a circular economy is ...

  • New OECD report “In It Together – Why Less Inequality Benefits All” June 2, 2015

    The OECD have recently released a report – “In it Together – Why Less Inequality Benefits All”. The report reveals current trends in global inequalities and highlights the negative impacts that increasing inequality has on people’s lives and the wider economy.

    The OECD publication exposes the scale of the issue, reporting that the richest 10% ...

More News