Ban gas boilers in new homes by 2025, says Committee on Climate Change
Government advisers suggest homes are heated using low-carbon energy instead Gas hobs or boilers should be banned from being installed in new homes within the next six years, government advisers have recommended. A report by the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) says that from 2025 at the latest, no new homes should be connected to the gas grid – with super-efficient houses and flats heated using low-carbon energy instead.
Joint venture aims to turn Alcoa’s open-cut mine site into Anglesea project near Great Ocean Road
Environmentalists rejects suggestions progressive tactics like Stop Adani convoy cost Labor the election.
Proposals for renationalising gas and electricity are based on hopes of buying companies on the cheap.
From walking more to reducing waste, here’s what you can do to make a difference
Praha, 16 May, 2019 – Unipetrol has initiated a new project “Let’s talk about it”. The project is a series of discussion videos…