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Cockroach milk - another great example of biomimicry

I love the idea of biomimicry, or that technological innovations can be inspired or copied from solutions that have evolved through...

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Not Quite "Flying Without Wings" ...

But certainly flying without fossil fuels!

What an amazing achievement by the Solar Impulse team on a day when the FT reports that...

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Post-Brexit Britain must take advantage of global green economy, says trade union

With a clear strategy involving government and businesses, the transition to decarbonised energy generation can create thousands of new...

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Biodiversity - why it's important

Some great facts and stats in this article, which provide information on the importance of biodiversity on society.

Of 264 crops grown in the European Union, more than 80 percent depend on insect pollinators

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Tesla's Master Plan - Part Deux

There's something to be said about Elon Musks' successful ability to execute ideas for the future.

In 2014, much to the dismay of Tesla's...

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Old King Coal....

This is a link to an article in the independent from over a month ago but has slipped under the radar with the political shenanigans over...

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27,000 New Jobs By 2021 Due To Solar & Energy Storage

This is a US study, but it's clear that whilst deployment isn't mirrored, the markets in the US and Europe aren't substantially...

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Storage is the missing piece in solving the energy trilemma, it’s time to deliver it

This is a great piece on innovation, and how hard that can be for large organisations and utilities. We have seen recently large utility...

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It's not easy being green

At least that was Kermit’s view 40 years ago.  Fortunately, thanks to a carbon certification programme called carboNZero, nowadays it is...

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MIT researchers see a 'window of opportunity' for non-battery storage

We've always said energy storage isn't just about batteries, but if costs reduce at the rate solar has demonstrated that perhaps could...

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"Birdbrains" are more efficient than mammal brains

How can birds, with their tiny heads, be so smart? This question (often cloaked in scientific jargon) has perplexed researchers for...

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Tesla Kicks Off “The Electric Road Trip” For Owners & Enthusiasts

The quietest Cannonball Run in history! Tesla style

Being old enough to remember Burt Reynolds and Sammy Davies Jnr in the original...

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How nature helps children learn

Some great research evidencing how nature and spending time outdoors helps children develop and improve their learning inside the...

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Remembering elephants

This relates to PR tangentially, but it's really about African elephants and one woman's commitment to do something significant to fight...

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Hunting El Niño

El Niño is the warm phase of the El Niño Southern Oscillation and is one of the primary drivers of irregular weather patterns around the...

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Heritage Light UK

This was a fantastic idea to highlight great lighting in amazing locations.

One night did not give the impact of the idea enough time for...

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Step aside Mars. It's all about life on Jupiter now.

NASA has successfully placed its Juno probe into orbit around Jupiter - a planet with a large mix of both Hydrogen and Water - Another...

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Agriculture policy for the UK

No doubt we will see lots of opinion from many industries about what policy in an independent UK should look like. The NFU have published...

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The race is on to create synthetic spider silk

Between Bolt Threads USA and Spiber Japan, the textile industry is on the verge of a revolution. Both companies have begun to ramp up...

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A new horizon

Friends of the Earth has expressed concern that the majority of regulations relating to environmental matters originate from EU...

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UK solar reaches new electricity peak, meeting almost a quarter of domestic demand

A great achievement in such a short period of time. When I joined the UK solar sector in 2007 there was next to nothing installed.  The...

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The rhythm of renewable tech

Following on from the portable energy generation potential of the WITT (WITT Energy), we're delighted to see Sudha Kheterpal's "Spark",...

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