Green homes: how to shut out the winter cold and save cash

Some households could be wasting £330 a year because of poor heating and insulationWith storms and…

How creating wildlife crossings can help reindeer, bears – and even crabs

Sweden’s announcement this week that it is to build a series of animal bridges is the…

Buyers of brand-new homes face £20,000 bill to make them greener

Critics say the costs could have been avoided if ministers had agreed to bring in low-carbon…

Heavy rain helps England's chalk streams flow again

Rebirth of streams can cause flooding in some areas, as human needs and nature collideGroundwater levels…

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In April of last year, Australians stopped spending – but where some label current highs in…

The Guardian view on electric cars: greener roads are good | Editorial

Technological advances combined with tough emissions targets are bringing the end of petrol and diesel traffic…

Gene-edited crops are now a reality – but will the public be on board?

Gene-edited crops are now a reality – but will the public be on board? Juice Flair…

Britain’s electricity use is at its lowest for decades – but will never be this low again

Britain’s electricity use is at its lowest for decades – but will never be this low…

Storm Christoph: UK flood response improving, but lockdown confused the messaging

Storm Christoph: UK flood response improving, but lockdown confused the messaging Overlapping disasters struck parts of…

One-third of US rivers have changed color in recent decades, research finds

Significance of changes are unclear and could reflect various ways in which humans are impacting the…