Prioritizing lived experience over systems requirements has improved the lives of Scottish children in care.
A new study from OVO Energy reveals that Britons send more than 64 million unnecessary emails per day. Sending one less email a day could reduce Britain's carbon output by 16,433 tonnes.
Through the use of community health connectors, Frome was able to reduce emergency hospital admissions by 14% over three years.
The UK study found men living in a deprived area were 51% more likely to experience depression than those who weren't - and there was no statistically significant difference for women.
Funded by poet laureate Simon Armitage's salary, The Laurel Prize will be awarded to the best collection of nature or environmental poetry to raise awareness of the climate crisis.
Seawater Solutions is using saltmarshes to grow salt-resistant plants like samphire, which is growing from gourmet garnish to mainstream meal.
Even in women’s football leagues, men still hold 91% of all coaching jobs at all levels.
By taking small steps to cut down on single-use plastics in their communities, these towns and counties across the UK are part of a grassroots force for change.
From 2017 to 2018, over 1.3 million women faced domestic abuse in the UK, with it taking in average 7 breakups from an abusive partner before a definitive break is made, due to lack of ho...
The US, Germany, France, Netherlands and Ireland were the UK's top export destinations in 2017.
Lack of transparency over salaries means many women struggle to know when they are being underpaid or to raise a legal challenge when the law is broken.
In order to maintain their independence in WWII, neutrals had to make up for their relative military weakness by offering economic concessions to the belligerents.
Keeping the lights on while tackling CO2 emissions requires a concerted effort and a combination of tactics – and schemes such as these are leading the way.
The five biggest emitters would contribute around 25% of this projected rise, the study says, with China accounting for 10cm by 2300, followed by the US with 7cm, the 28 member countries ...
Brexit makes the UK election the most unpredictable in decades - but it will also be the coldest, the greenest and the most digital.