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Why firms are racing to produce green ammonia

Why firms are racing to produce green ammonia

By Chris BaraniukTechnology of Business reporter Getty Images It would be impossible to feed the world’s population without fertiliser In the 19th Century, Europeans realised what the Inca had known long before. Bird droppings, or guano, made a fantastic fertiliser. And so sprang up a gigantic industry dedicated to the harvesting of guano from Latin …

Why new-build homes are more environmentally friendly

Why new-build homes are more environmentally friendly

Homebuyers increasingly want homes that are eco-friendly and are willing to pay a premium for green features. As this article explains, builders are taking notice and new homes are being constructed with sustainability in mind. Whether you’re building new or updating your current home, Panasonic energy solutions can help you save money and lower your carbon footprint. As the world …

Sustainable Living

Sustainable Living

In an era defined by environmental challenges and climate change, adopting a sustainable lifestyle has become imperative for the well-being of our planet and future generations. Fortunately, you do not need to make drastic changes to your daily routine to live more sustainably. Instead, small, deliberate actions can collectively make a significant difference. Here are …

Plans for 461 new homes in former green belt unveiled

Why firms are racing to produce green ammonia

By Chris CaulfieldLocal Democracy Reporting Service Josh Brown Woking councillor Josh Brown has raised concerns about the land in Parvis Road Plans for more than 460 new homes on former green belt land in West Byfleet, Surrey are set to be unveiled.  Proposals will be shown at a public exhibition, amid local concerns including surface water …