Forget untried fuels and expensive infrastructure projects, promoting healthy traffic flows can stem the tide of growing carbon emissions.
US Navy undertakes massive alternative energy experiments during RIMPAC exercise in effort to knock oil dependency (and climate change) on the head.
We’ve been to the New Designers show in London to find some of the top young innovators of the future – and we are very impressed!
Solar energy is not just for topping up tans and powering calculators, RTCC has put together ten alternative uses for solar power, some old, some new, some fun, some life changing.
One in four business leaders are turning to alternative fuels to combat high oil prices and boost environmental protection, according to Grant Thornton study released today.
Could a ‘command and control’ approach to the flow of people, goods and services be the answer to rising emissions?
Bloc continues to see role for the technology in its fight against climate change despite claims linking it human rights abuses and concerns over food prices.
As part of RTCC’s London election series we caught up with Indpendent candidate Siobhan Benita to talk about her plans for the Capital.
In the second of a series of articles for RTCC by the candidates in the London Mayoral election, Labour’s Ken Livingstone reveals how cheaper public transport and taking on the big six UK energy providers can create a low-carbon London.
UN maritime body makes little progress and defers talks to October as Europe stresses time for deal is running out.
UK Government to include £50bn project in consultation this Spring.
Today is officially the most depressing day of the year, but RTCC brings you five reasons to feel positive about climate change and sustainability.
One designer aims to find a solution for the 1.2 billion people still without access to clean and safe water.
No surge in electric car ownership but less carbon and more miles to the gallon as latest UK figures are released.
Gusts of 90mph batter country’s infrastructure and test current climate adaptation measures.