The head of Glasgow's city council, host of the U.N. COP 26 climate conference says that to work, climate action must happen 'for our people, not to them'.
From free masks to fines, there are a variety of measures across the world which countries have used to encourage the public to wear face masks.
For the strongest pandemic recovery, the IMF advises policy support and interventions continue for those most affected, in a 'gradual and cautious' approach.
Flora Blathwayt founded a business, selling greeting cards decorated with plastic rubbish she retrieves from the muddy banks of the River Thames in London.
Emissions zones, electric taxis, cycle lanes, and road closures have improved London's air quality, potentially saving thousands of premature deaths a year.
A UK study has examined parents' experiences of homeschooling during COVID-19 lockdowns. It shows the importance of effective coping mechanisms.
The UK's recent relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions has meant citizens are allowed to hug again. Hugs' relaxing effect has major benefits to our health.
Men outnumber women in terms of global political participation. This UK organization wants to level the playing field.
Britain's transport ministry is working on updating the highway code for the safe use of 'self-driving vehicle' systems.
New research shows how clean air policy-making generates significant economic and health benefits – and why local and national authorities must act now.
In a UK first, cars on the island of Yell, located in the Shetland Islands in Scotland, can now be entirely fuelled by Nova Innovation's tidal turbines.
Following on from recommendations in the Dasgupta review, the UK government is reported to be considering putting nature studies on the school curriculum.
The mental and physical health benefits of green spaces have been well documented, but could blue spaces - like canals and rivers - have a similar effect?
A report by the independent Hampton-Alexander review shows that boards of the UK’s largest 350 listed companies were at least 33% female on average.
FIFA have recognised Forest Green Rovers as the “world’s greenest football club” due to their new use of renewables, vegan food and kit made from coffee.