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Five Strathclyde maritime projects win funding
The world’s first green submarine is one of five maritime projects involving the University of Strathclyde to win UK Government funding worth a total of £1.7M.
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Fully electric bin lorry sees Glasgow driving ahead on zero emissions
Glasgow is driving ahead with its effort to create a zero emissions fleet of vehicles with the council taking delivery of a fully electric bin lorry.
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University of Glasgow students help plant trees after switch to green browser
The University of Glasgow is among 20 internationally which has moved to a green-focused web browser.
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Glasgow-based Asda launches eco-friendly refill zone
A Glasgow branch of the popular supermarket has become the first branch in Scotland to offer pasta, coffee and toiletry refills to customers.
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Stagecoach marks Scottish Climate Week with net zero plan for country’s bus fleet
Stagecoach, the UK’s biggest bus and coach operator, is marking Scottish Climate Week with a plan to cut tens of thousands of tonnes of carbon emissions a year from its business as it targets a zero emissions bus fleet by 2035.
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Recycled aggregate foundation used in Glasgow for sustainable network expansion
Virgin Media O2 has successfully trialled the use of recycled aggregate while building new network in Cranhill, Glasgow, helping to reduce its environmental impact as it expands its ultrafast fibre services to more homes and businesses in the city.
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University of Glasgow develops new maps which forecast impacts of climate change
As part of the Scottish Government’s Dynamic Coast project, funded by the Centre of Expertise for Waters (CREW), the University of Glasgow has developed new maps to serve as a coastal change adaptation planning tool for government, agencies, local authorities as well as communities and businesses.
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Glasgow drastically reduces emissions while preparing to host COP 26
Projects including the opening of the Glasgow Recycling and Renewable Energy Centre have helped Glasgow reduce its carbon emissions by 41% since 2006 - surpassing the 30% target set for 2020.
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