10:10 inspires and supports people and organisations to cut their carbon emissions by 10% in a year.

Any individual, family, business or organisation can make the cuts - and by working together we can make a real difference.

posted by Ksenya Kopilovsky

news round up

Mexico launches an exiciting new campaign, two electricity meters go on tour in the Netherlands and superhomes open for all in the UK!


  • Exciting news from 10:10 Netherlands, who have kicked off their 10/10/12 campaign: two giant pink electricity meters have been on tour since earlier this month. Moving between 5 different locations, the meters challenge local communities to stay below normal consumption. The first location of the meter is the Science Centre Nemo in Amsterdam. Check out the pictures of the inauguration here and follow the meter's progress online here

  • The Superhomes network covers a whole range of houses – from 1930s semis to space age luxury villas – but they've all got two things in common: unbelievably low emissions public access on a series of open days. Find your local Superhome and come get inspired!

  • Over in Denmark, Bettina has gone on board a ferry to find out all about emissions caused by ships and how to reduce them. Check our her blog here.

  • Last year, Rob Greenland in Leeds sold his car and has been happily using bikes, public transport and a car club to get around ever since. But he's not stopping there – he also decided to give his home the 10:10 treatment. Regular house, regular family. Pretty amazing results. Click here to read Rob's story.