COMMENT: Burning trash is polluting, expensive and inefficient say zero waste campaigners, and should not receive backing from low carbon funds
Methane emissions from global rubbish dumps likely to continue to rise into next century
Supporters say biogas could supply 10% of UK demand, and cut 7.5m tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions a year
Severe weather variability has affected harvests around the world but the many of the tools to enhance food security are within our grasp.
In the final in our Circular Economy series, we examine the importance of cross-industry collaboration.
The latest international climate change news, debate and video from RTCC.
With so many of us looking for a fashion bargain, why not try the latest eco-fashion trend which won’t break the bank: Swishing.
The fashion industry is big business for the UK, but how can we continue to buy the clothes that we love, while making sure they have a limited impact on the planet?
Wambi Michael finds out how a compost plant could provide a solution to multiple problems in Uganda, in the eighth of a series of UNFCCC CDM Radio Club reports hosted by RTCC.