The recently opened Orca facility in Iceland has been pointed to as the future of carbon capture and storage technology.
InterClimate Network has an exciting programme of Schools Climate Conferences coming up to coincide with COP26 fortnight.
Schoolchildren from all four UK nations took on the role of negotiating teams ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) at a unique youth summit.
This autumn, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Youth Action against Climate Change is supporting the MyBitYourBit campaign.
Finlay Miller explores the links between climate change, drought, and one of the most devastating conflicts of the 21st century.
The recent meeting of the Youth Action against Climate Change All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) spotlighted youth activists launching legal challenges against governments and big business.
May Tatum explores the power of local youth alliances to motivate behaviour change on sustainability, and to build momentum towards societal action on climate change.
St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School in Bristol is leading the way on climate action. Rachel Shepherd explores the journey the school has been on for the last two years.
InterClimate Network (ICN) is pleased to announce the appointment of Emma Blint, Rupali Nahar-Williams, Catherine Sayers and Tara Theiss to its board of trustees.
Fourteen schools from the Harris Federation in and around London came together for a morning of UN-style climate negotiations.