The scrapping of DECC was understandably followed by the disbanding of the parliamentary committee which scrutinised it, but could this lead to a hole in scrutiny of energy and climate change policies?
In July this year, then-new prime minister Theresa May confirmed she was scrapping the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and adding its remit to the business department to form a new Department...
There are plenty of similarities between the Brexit talks and UN climate talks - but what can negotiators learn from the success of the Paris deal?
Agency charged with safeguarding Europe's nuclear industry will lose UK as a member under current plans, Theresa May's Article 50 letter confirms
The US president has promised to revive the coal industry, but it is hard to see how his executive order will deliver
European Parliament resolution declares any future agreement between EU and UK is conditional on Britain adhering to the trading bloc's legislation and policies on environment and climate change