Global warming is the defining issue of our time, with significant and serious impacts already felt here in the UK and around the world.
To find out more about the impacts and how to protect your home and loved ones from the worst of climate change, such as floods and overheating, then please read on.
It's relatively easy to prevent climate change from getting far worse. The solutions are switching to clean energy and a low-carbon lifestyle. However, this window of opportunity is for a limited period before the damage is too great to repair hence, the need to slash pollution.
From hosepipe bans to an increased cost of living, climate change will affect everyday life in many different ways.
Forests are critical for the health of both people and planet – here’s how you can do your bit to look after them.
A warmer climate means warmer seas, and that has a devastating impact on people and the planet.
You can #CountUsIn.
Climate Assembly UK’s new report illustrates what regular people think about how to combat climate change from the way we travel to what we eat.
The companies that thought they could get away with misleading environmental claims and many that still do.
Last year set a number of new climate records – and it’s no cause for celebration.
Your at-a-glance guide to the key players tackling the climate crisis in the UK.
Friday 20th September 2019 will see more than 100 climate strikes taking place around the UK, urging the government to take action on climate change. Here’s how to get involved.
While some are dragging their heels, other councils are really pushing for drastic change.
The next generation will face massive environmental challenges through no fault of their own, but how can we prepare kids for climate change without scaring them?
Find out how your favourite supermarket fares when it comes to problematic plastic packaging.
When you’re looking out at heavy rain, it’s difficult to imagine drought as an issue in the UK. So the statistic that there is less fresh water per person in the South East of England than there is per person in Morocco is quite shocking.
At One Home we absolutely believe in the power and resources of individual people to tackle climate change and help secure a better future for our children. So who better to ask for recommendations on good reads on the issue than our brilliant One Home community?
Businesses CAN go green and still be successful. And now’s the time for businesses to lead the way in cutting their carbon footprint and getting the UK to Net Zero emissions before 2050. Vicky Murray has been Sustainability Manager at Pukka Herbs for two years. Here she describes Pukka’s journey to reducing its carbon, and gives her top tips on setting carbon targets.
Great news hit the headlines when our new YouGov poll showed a record number of Brits want to take action on climate change. Even more impressively, we’re willing to pay more taxes to see that happen. But that's not the only bit of good news.
We have just 11 years for governments, businesses and communities to cut greenhouse gas emissions by a massive 45%. Yet in 2018, global carbon emissions increased by 2.7%. Here in the UK, greenhouse gas emission reductions stalled in many areas including the business sector. There is no avoiding this issue. We have to ramp up climate action drastically to stay within safe levels of warming. So, is your business ready for the changing climate?
Flooding events such as those in Winter 2015/16, have challenged all aspects of industry.
The Global Climate Action Summit took place in San Francisco in September.
Global Warming is not cool. In fact it’s the very opposite of cool. The impacts and challenges of global warming are unprecedented.
It is difficult to believe that in 2018, hundreds of thousands of households must choose between spending money on heating or eating.
The Impacts of Climate Change are already being felt around the world but also right here in the UK.
Is my house at risk of flooding? With one in six homes at risk, yours may well be. Find out if you are and what you can do about it.
In this article we describe how best to stop your home from flooding and measures to make your home more resilient should it flood in the future.