20 of the 36 highest emitting countries are also among the least vulnerable to the negative impacts of future climate change. At the same time, 11 of the 17 with low or moderate GHG emissions are acutely vulnerable to negative impacts of climate change.

“According to the February 2016 Catastrophe Report from insurance broker Aon Benfield, three nations suffered extreme weather disasters in February 2016 that cost at least 4% of their GDP — roughly the equivalent of what in the U.S.

Following the historic international climate deal agreed in Paris in December 2015, Christian Aid is campaiging for the UK Government to turn commitments into reality.

Banks and regulators around the world are putting growing pressure on companies.

If you are a school or community group in the UK who want to make a difference to your local environment, you could be eligible for a free Woodland Trust tree pack.

The Greenpeace campaign to stop Hinkley nuclear plant is about to go to the heart of political power. An urgent inquiry on the new nuclear plant has been scheduled in Parliament on Wednesday 23 March. Greenpeace wants 100,000 people to sign their petition. This isn't a petition against nuclear power altogether. It’s about this scheme at Hinkley which will cost too much, be too slow and may not work at all....

Two-thirds of homes with cavity walls in Winchester District have already been insulated. Do you live in the one third of homes that are wasting heat through the walls?

Global warming will be between 2.7 and 3.7 degrees C even if all countries make all the emissions cuts they promised at Paris.

Finding reliable suppliers

 One of the main challenges of upgrading the energy performance of your home is to find a supplier that you can trust.  Many suppliers can struggle to keep pace with all the changes in technology and government schemes and not all suppliers are as reputable as we would like them to be. 

"Petrol cars versus diesel cars: making a choice based on climate and health considerations" By Robin Speed and Bob Whitmarsh, WinACC Science and Technology Advisory Panel 2015 full versionlay version