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The Waterline Equinor and SSE announce Humber hydrogen storage proposal for £290m joint venture site

15 July 2021

Aldbrough Gas Storage Facility could be switched to low carbon fuel as duo forge first end-to-end plans in race to Net Zero.

The Waterline Students urged to take up the climate challenge with sustainable solutions

09 July 2021

Students urged to take up the climate challenge with sustainable solutions

The Waterline ‘The eyes of the world will be on the Humber’: The Waterline Summit to return bigger than ever

05 July 2021

The Waterline Summit is returning as an even bigger and more ambitious event, linking the Humber to the globally critical COP26 climate change confere…

The Waterline University of Hull scientist explores how climate change may have shaped humanity’s migration across Earth

25 June 2021

University of Hull scientist Dr Jonathan Dean has joined a team of international experts to explore how climate change may have impacted humanity’s mi…

The Waterline Development consent sought for UK-leading Keadby Carbon Capture Power Station

11 June 2021

Energy giants SSE Thermal and Equinor have lodged the planning application for what would be one of the UK’s first power stations equipped with carbon…

The Waterline DRAX AND MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES SIGN PIONEERING DEAL TOWARDS DELIVERY OF THE WORLD’S LARGEST NEGATIVE EMISSIONS PROJECT

10 June 2021

Drax Group and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Engineering, Ltd., part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group, have agreed a long-term contract for Dr…

The Waterline AXIOM software platform launches to help Humber businesses achieve Net Zero

10 June 2021

A team of procurement and sustainability specialists from Hull has launched AXIOM – an advanced, cloud-based platform to help businesses and their sup…

The Waterline Fuelling the future - first look at what the Humber's green hydrogen production could look like

10 June 2021

This is what green hydrogen production facilities could look like on the Humber.

The Waterline University of Hull’s water expertise boosted by £720,000 NERC funding

24 May 2021

Over £700,000 of funding will help the University of Hull secure three state-of-the-art pieces of equipment to improve our understanding of water flow…

The Waterline DN Colleges Group became a signatory of the Global Climate Letter for Universities and Colleges

11 May 2021

As part of the Race to Zero global campaign led by the High-Level Climate Champions for Climate Action, Nigel Topping and Gonzalo Muñoz; DN Colleges G…

The Waterline University of Hull graduate tackling plastics pollution with silicone straw business

11 May 2021

University of Hull alumnus Charlotte Walsh is leading the charge against single-use plastics through her innovative silicone straw business. The gr…

The Waterline The "Lungs of Burstwick" Tree Planting Project

04 May 2021

Burstwick Country Golf has teamed up with Green Task Force to form a plan in helping address the climate crisis and local pollution, while also creati…

The Waterline How University of Hull’s Flood Innovation Centre is helping SMEs plug flood resilience skills gap

04 May 2021

Small and medium-sized businesses in the Humber may lack the knowledge and expertise required to tackle the growing flood risk facing the region.

The Waterline Young Mayor awards her first environment champion

04 May 2021

The Young Mayor of North Lincolnshire, Zaynah Jamal, is very passionate to make North Lincolnshire a cleaner and greener place and as part of her role…

The Waterline Meet the University of Hull team tackling climate change through video gaming

30 April 2021

University of Hull students and staff are supporting a major digital conference which looks to use gaming to increase awareness of climate change.

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