Perhaps many of you are already floundering around trying to figure out how to keep the house warm despite unaffordable fuel costs. So I thought I might share my down home ways…
A committee of MPs said last week that the government should “stop announcing short-term policies and moving existing budgets around and instead fully fund a national retrofit programme” of home insulation.
The UK government has already missed the opportunity to insulate millions of additional homes and prevent an eye-watering price cap rise in April. It can avoid repeating the same mistake by making home energy efficiency its number one priority.
All across the world new approaches to home-building are emerging in response to the multiple crises of climate breakdown, unaffordable housing, deprivation and exclusion
In this post I look at several higher-cost ways to modify your residence to reduce fossil fuel use during heating season.
In which I reveal how to dress to stay comfortable when it’s cold inside.
If we rely solely on insulation, solar energy and sustainable architecture, it would take too much time to address the high energy use of buildings.
In the early twentieth century, fireless cookers were common additions to western kitchens, similar to the refrigerator or cooking stove.