Our weekly round-up of energy saving news is back, with satellites, sports cars, scientists, more scientists and Richard Branson!
Prime Minister David Cameron has proposed financial incentives for councils and residents that are affected by fracking — the controversial process of extracting shale gas from the ground.
In our final news round-up of the year, we have hi-tech bikes from Bangkok, Japan’s plans to put solar panels on the moon, renewable energy news from Chile & Italy, and eco-friendly Christmas trees!
A surprising amount of water goes into producing some of the everyday things we consume, from T-shirts to chickens to car tyres. This infographic from Loch Ness Water Gardens reveals which products are the worst culprits, along with six handy tips to reduce your personal water footprint.
This week at Go Greena HQ we have been busily scouring the web for graphics, illustrations, diagrams and infographics that put green issues and energy saving into perspective. Below are seven of our favourites:
If you’re not careful, your kitchen can be a big energy waster. Follow these simple energy saving ideas to cut down your energy bills and lower your carbon footprint.