Category Archives: Greenhouse Gases

Zero Carbon Forum set Hospitality roadmap to Net-Zero Society

Climate change presents one of the greatest threats that modern humanity has ever faced, to people, nature, and global stability. All sectors in the UK economy require deep reductions in greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) and by 2050 we must reach a level of net zero emissions. The Zero Carbon Forum has recently published a roadmap…
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Food Industry needs to tackle emissions

The Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) has released a report analysing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions linked to the UK’s food and drink industry ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26). The report from WRAP, states that there is drastic need to reduce the carbon footprint associated with the food…
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Recycle to combat Global Warming

With temperatures set to soar into the 30s this week, it's hard to argue against the real and dramatic impact global warming is having on our climate in the UK. But how many people actually know the basics of why their waste results in the planet heating up? Global Warming Basics Maybe it's time to…
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Energise your waste

The last week in January has been earmarked as the UK’s Big Energy Saving Week. With a focus on helping people cut their energy bills and making homes more energy efficient, there is a natural tie-in with the environmental issues. Not to mention the on-going targets to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels to power…
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