This is the country’s first coal-free week since the advent of the Industrial Revolution.
It would be green, too!
I didn’t know you were allowed to do this in the UK.
Several countries are already doing it.
A story of royalty and overpriced healthcare.
Taxing plastic bags or coffee cups works — and the rest of the world should follow suit.
The man’s partner tested negative for infection, and authorities traced the man’s sexual partners to ensure that the strain didn’t spread.
There’s no such thing as clean coal.
A unique place is in danger. Here’s how to pitch in.
The CDC deemed this fungus a “serious global health threat.”
The prototype should be delivered in 2019.
The United Kingdom has announced drafts for a sugar tax set to begin in April 2018, addressing the country’s growing obesity problems.
Their previous plans to clean the air were ruled to fall illegally short of the mark.
Canned air looking more and more like a brilliant idea.
British-grown pork livestock has been tested positive for livestock associated MRSA, the Guardian reports.
You can’t take 10% out of something and still expect it to work.
Amber Rudd, the UK’s Secretary of Energy and Climate Change, announced the government’s new plan to generate clean and cheap energy. Rudd says the Britain will add more nuclear power, explore for shale and, most strikingly, replace all coal fired plants with gas.
The UK boasts 650,000 solar installations across homes, offices, schools, churches, warehouses, farms, police stations, train stations and even a bridge. It’s been one of the fastest growing solar markets in Europe. At the end of 2013, there were 2.8GW of solar power arrays installed, but by the end of 2014 this figure climbed to 5GW or nearly double in only 12 months. However, drastic and discriminatory changes in renewable subsidies to come in effect in May of this year are expected to collapse solar development to 1% of its current level.