London's RE:FIT scheme to improve public sector energy efficiency hasn't been without its challenges but, despite uncertainty over future funding, there has been plenty of good progress.
Heavyweight suppliers are moving in and, in one instance, exiting the home battery market – are we on the cusp of moving from early-adopter to mainstream?
How do you persuade private developers to build more sustainably? Jersey City's resilience plan includes some innovative incentives that could be replicated elsewhere
The low-income Kanaleneiland neighbourhood is to become a ‘living lab’ within a five-year project, particularly for energy efficiency, electric vehicles and battery and grid innovation.
In the first of a series of interviews with Chief Resilience Officers around the globe, we talk to Pittsburgh’s Grant Ervin about the steel city's challenges, priorities and plans.
How do you communicate climate change? Make it relevant, is the mantra from Manchester's Carbon Literacy Project