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Earlham Institute plans supercomputer switch to Iceland to slash energy costs 70 per cent

Earlham Institute plans supercomputer switch to Iceland to slash energy costs 70 per cent

Research institute plans to harness Iceland's abundant supply of geothermal and hydroelectric power to cut carbon footprint and energy costs of its data centres

London 'T-charge' for the capital's most polluting vehicles will start October 23

London 'T-charge' for the capital's most polluting vehicles will start October 23

Motorists driving most polluting cars will face extra £10 'toxicity charge', giving London the toughest emission standard of any world city

Timberland walks the extra mile to end plastic waste

Timberland walks the extra mile to end plastic waste

The shoemaker plans to launch a range of footwear made from recycled plastic later this year

From the Great Plains to the Californian deserts, US renewables records are toppled

From the Great Plains to the Californian deserts, US renewables records are toppled

Separate reports confirm major milestones passed by solar and wind industries

The Climate Group names Helen Clarkson as new CEO

The Climate Group names Helen Clarkson as new CEO

Currently COO for Forum for the Future, Clarkson will take the reins at The Climate Group next month

Five things you need to to make green business collaboration happen

Five things you need to to make green business collaboration happen

Hubbub's Trewin Restorick reveals the collaborative forces that helped deliver the charity's latest coffee cup recycling initiative

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