Maccas is switching straws

The Golden Arches have joined the battle against single-use plastics by announcing a shift to paper straws starting in the UK and Ireland. The restaurant chain currently uses 1.8 million

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Senegal and Japan fans clean up at World Cup

It’s FIFA World Cup time again and some supporters have been celebrating victory in a unique and responsible way. Following important wins in their respective pool games, fans of both

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Plogging Reaches Byron Bay

Have you been plogging lately? Do you know what plogging is? For the uninitiated, the term comes from a mashup ‘plocka upp’ which translates from Swedish as ‘pick up’, and

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China Trials Solar Highway

China looks set to compete with the US in the push for solar road infrastructure. Shandong Pavenergy has joined forces with Chinese state-owned construction firm Qilu Transportation to build the

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Nissan Offers Home Solar Range

Nissan, the world’s best-selling electric car maker (surprisingly not Tesla!) has launched an initiative to get solar into homes. Currently only available in the UK, the automaker is offering customers roof-mounted

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The Devastating Impact of Plastic in Our Oceans

To coincide with World Environment Day and the beat #BeatPlasticPollution campaign, Nat Geo Magazine has published some striking images of how plastic effects wildlife around the world. ‘For Animals, Plastic

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University of Queensland On Track To Be 100% Renewable

The University of Queensland has just announced the development of a $125 million solar farm to offset its electricity needs. With the proposed development, UQ will become energy neutral by

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It’s World Environment Day!

You might know June 5 is World Environment Day, but what exactly is it all about? Since 1974, the United Nations has promoted World Environment Day as a date to

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We’ve relaunched Solar Schools!

We’re super excited to unveil the brand new Solar Schools website! After months of planning, designing, tweaking and testing the new site is live and includes key feature revisions and

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Solar Paths for the World Cup

Soccer fans attending the 2022 World Cup in Qatar may notice something a little different when walking between big games. Organisers have backed the Glasgow University PVTopia project to create

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