Last-minute deal breaks political stalemate to deliver $900m to programmes to cut greenhouse gases
The EU's carbon market may be spluttering, with carbon plummeting to its lowest price in more than three years on Friday, but elsewhere in the world there are signs carbon trading systems are finally demonstrating...
Baroness Neville Rolfe praises opening of Somerset facility designed to provide power capacity for over 500 homes
EXCLUSIVE: Renewable energy developer launches initiative to purchase solar arrays from domestic and business owners
New coating promises boost yields while allowing farmers to use fertilisers more efficiently, firms say
ETI survey shows support for bioenergy similar to that of solar and offshore wind, but reveals on-going concerns about that biomass production's potential impact on food supplies