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There's Superman, Super Foods and now there are SuperHomes!
Last year, Rob Greenland from Leeds went car-free for the good of his pocket and the environment. Now he’s giving his home the 10:10 treatment
One happy solar owner's personal account of enjoying her renewable energy rig.
Leeds social business adviser Rob Greenland found that going car-free(ish) was easier than he expected
We just finished our first year of carbon-cutting in the office, and it's good news!
After more than two years as 10:10ers, the Archibald family are still going strong
Not content with a brilliant first-year result, 10:10er extraordinaire Julia Lawrence followed it up with an even bigger saving in 2011
Margaret went to great lengths to make her stone-walled cottage cosier and more energy efficient (and her rooms stayed the same size...)
When Nicoletta started keeping track of her energy use, she couldn't work out what was pulling so much power. Armed with a smart meter, she set out to find the culprit
The British Council bucks the trend and cuts carbon in the Middle East
Feeling the pressure from rising energy bills, Kenneth Paul discovered how much he could save by getting to grips with his carbon footprint
The Devas club in Battersea saved 9% this year, and is hoping to top that next time round. Trustee Johnny Devas explains...
Donald Henderson from John Masefield High School in Ledbury explains how new technologies and a change in attitudes helped them save more than expected
Stephen Trotter tells us how Warwickshire Wildlife Trust made its incredible savings
Staging, social care and green cleaning: the latest news from 10:10 city Brighton and Hove
Sustainability consultancy M4C made big savings last year, and were determined to keep it up in 2011. Alex McKay tells us how they set out to match their first year results
It's not easy running your own business, but for Debbie Griffiths and husband Mark, doing 10:10 was well worth the extra effort
Climate change minister Greg Barker tells Business Green how the government managed its 14% carbon cut
Gemma Wright tells us how Spike Island Artspace are tackling their first action year ...
Neil Walker from Watford Borough Council tells us how their audit helped make serious savings.
Rodger St Hilaire from the sunny Port of Spain tells us how he pulled in some serious carbon savings
Chris Cayley tells us how his family worked as a team to bring their footprint down.
Energy manager Jeremy Carter says he looks forward to meter-reading day at the end of every month. And with the town hall's gas consumption down 82%, it's not hard to see why
Mary Fisher tell us about her lifetime commitment to saving energy.
Environmental engagement and carbon management aren't usually in the job spec for a marketing role. But at the HCR group, marketing exec Simon Hood has been doing just that
"It has been our people that have been the real stars in achieving our target"
The embassy's impressive 27% carbon cut is also saving HMG around £12,000 a year. Pablo Retamal explains how they went about it
Pia Delisante on the British embassy in Uruguay's 10:10 success
Redcar & Cleveland borough council is using 10:10 as a springboard for an ambitious five-year plan. Energy manager Wendi Wheeler tells all
Greening manager Zara Arshad reports on the embassy's hugely successful first year
By combining personal savings with some clever campaigning, Britta Schuessler from Glasgow managed to reduce her already small carbon footprint even further ... and she's not finished!
Monmouthshire's 10:10 coordinator Alison Howard tells us about the Gwent police force's carbon-cutting efforts
Brighton & Hove's local 10:10 initiative is one year old today. Project manager Tom Chute looks back on an amazing 12 months
We quizzed Ms Watts from Church Cowley St James school in Oxford, on saving energy, getting pupils involved, and weaving climate into the curriculum
Chris Attkins, proprietor of Belvedere Guest House on the Scottish Isle of Arran, shares the secret to outdoor drying in one of the wettest corners of the UK
The embassy's 33% saving is the latest in an incredible series of results from FCO posts around the world
Low-carbon living was never going to be easy for the Lawrences, but last year they managed an impressive 12% cut. Julia explains how they did it.
Cambridge 10:10er Anna Langley pays less than £100 a year for her electricity and gas. Here's how...
Bristol council's ambitious new travel plan has been attracting attention
In just one year, the British embassies in Brazil hit their 10:10 target six times over. Sustainability manager Gabriela Ruegger explains how.
Tottenham Hotspur FC are one of our earliest and best-known signups, and they've been working hard to cut their carbon. We took a camera down to White Hart Lane to find out more.
Jeremy Williams reports on his 10:10 successes in 2010 – and shows that even those who have already reduced their carbon significantly can hit a 10% target.
Youth communications agency Livity has found an eye-catching way to show off its 10:10 achievements
Quinten Babcock on bulbs, boilers, nappies and passing the aesthetics test
As the French capital goes 10:10, some of the country's biggest companies share their success to date…
Once you've ticked off all the easy stuff, where does the next 10% come from?
goCarShare is cutting carbon and encouraging students to do so too
Nigel Hawkes on how health organisations have been working towards their 10:10 target
Fran Harris explains how travel magazine Lady Adventurer is cutting its 10%
Volunteers roll up their sleeves – and trouser legs – for a raft of nature restoration events on 10:10:10
John Strachan tells us how film inspired the Maximillion team to think green
Judith Simons, ICT lecturer at Linkage College on cutting carbon while providing specialist education
Emma Favas tells us about how she's getting the builders on board at Schooling Building Contractors
Michael Harkness of Gateshead's climate change team explains how the council has supercharged its 10:10 campaign
An inspiring six month update from a gluten-free bakery making 10:10 work for their business
Efforts to cut carbon can make a business (and its staff) leaner and more efficient, as Bethany Cox from Acre Resources explains.
Shan Morgan, British Ambassador to Argentina, on the embassy's 10:10 success
The UK's largest car club launches its 10:10 commitment
How churches are walking the talk with a smaller footprint
The Guardian's Claire Buckley on their experiment with a meat-free day in the office
Interserve's Farhad Khan on the delicious local meal he created for UCLH's low-carbon challenge
Organico marketing manager Tracy Wright on the company's 10:10 commitment
An interview with head of environment Dave Farebrother
NHS Stockport's programme shows the potential of staff engagement. Jilla Burgess-Allen explains how they did it.
This Cornish college has seen 10:10 success by tackling the basics. But they're not stopping there...
How the faithful are shrinking their carbon footprints
As one of the first businesses to sign up, Colliers are well on their way to 10% Here's how they're doing it.
Last year, Emma Rowlstone won £1,000 of carbon-saving home improvements, courtesy of 10:10 and the Great British Refurb. This is her story.
Guest post from John Cole, head of sustainable development at the Home Office
Britain's top university joins 10:10
Greenshop Group's Jane Powell charts the company's 26-year journey to sustainability
Holy Trinity Senior School in Halifax have been working hard to track and reduce their energy use
Trevor Payne of University College London Hospitals on how energy saving fits into their 10:10 commitment
Two schools are working hard on their 10%
The potential for the NHS to become a low-carbon consumer is both a fantastic opportunity and enormous challenge.
Tzedek's Will Schreiber on the charity's progress so far
10:10 catches up with our Home of the Future winners