Biodiversity is the new carbon in environmental circles, but can you really measure, manage or cost it as easily as you can carbon? David Burrows investigates
It was October 2006 when Nicholas Stern published his review on the economics of climate change for the government. At the time, top climate change economist professor Michael Grubb hailed the report,...
The paper - which calls for a "flexible" approach to decarbonisation and for energy prices to take top priority in decision making - accused of cherry picking data and making "out-of-date claims"
Rush to cut carbon emissions by burning wood instead of coal and gas risks doing more harm than good
European countries' support for wood-based energy sources is based on a flawed assumption that they are carbon neutral
The REA's Nina Skorupska hits back at yesterday's Chatham House report which denounced the burning of woody biomass as more harmful than coal
New cable will cut carbon emissions by six million tonnes between 2020 and 2030