Birmingham's exciting new Green Innovation Quarter promises to put the city at the heart of the Green Industrial Revolution
The transition to cleaner technologies can either be done well or done badly – the route we take is down to us
Birmingham researchers have devised a ‘closed loop’ carbon recycling system that could radically reduce carbon dioxide emissions from the steelmaking industry
Plans for East Birmingham’s transformation into a Green Energy and Innovation Quarter is being launched today by city partners.
The Rwanda and UK governments joined forces at COP27 to help speed the delivery of innovative cooling technologies in Africa.
Hydropower can realistically provide an additional 1 GW of energy under the right policy framework within a quick timeline, according to a new report.
A new carbon footprint calculator for metal polishing has been created thanks to a tie-up between industry and the University of Birmingham ATETA programme.