All the latest press releases and important news from the One Home team.
Environmental scientist, Angela Terry, responds to what is expected to be steepest ever increase in household energy bills
Ofgem is announcing details of the energy price cap hike today (Thursday 11am). The price cap is expected to rise by more than 50 per cent to almost £2,000 a year up from an average of £1,277 this winter.
As Storm Arwen approaches, the Met Office is warning of a wetter winter into January and February 2022. This will almost certainly lead to flooding of homes and businesses.
Angela Terry, environmental scientist and founder of onehome.org said: “Floods can be devastating costing lives and destroying property. They are also tricky to predict. But there are steps which home and business owners and renters can take to limit the impact of rising water.
On Monday 29th November, social enterprise One Home – the UK’s first consumer climate action hub – is launching a weekly green living column in partnership with JPI Media, one of the UK’s largest media organisations.
Called ‘Going Green’ the column will be written by One Home’s founder, environmental scientist Angela Terry. Packed full of handy tips, easy green swaps and eco-friendly celeb news, it will provide practical advice on the lifestyle changes people can make to tackle global warming and adapt to climate change. The column will run across JPI Media’s portfolio of 172 national, regional and local print and digital news titles.
A new YouGov survey conducted for One Home, the carbon saving project (a one-stop shop for people looking for positive solutions to reduce their impact on the planet), has found Brits are concerned about global heating.
UK’s top scientists issue unprecedented appeal to charitable foundations and philanthropists to increase funding for environmental action.
Angela Terry is a leading environmental scientist and consumer campaigner on a mission to debunk and explain global warming.
Announcement comes as major new climate change report is released
"Fortune will favour the brave," says Angela Terry
Consumers will have clear advice on the entire suite of climate actions
A new project launches today (Monday April 30) that will give consumers clear advice on practical and impactful ways to tackle climate change.