Emily Lydgate of the University of Sussex argues leaving the Common Agricultural Policy presents a big opportunity, but also comes with daunting challenges
Andrea Leadsom, the new Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, faces an unenviable task: putting farmers out of business. Those that survive will rely on advanced pesticides and intensified,...
A tougher stance on pollution from major corporates delivered a 434 million tonne cut in supply chain emissions last year, but more work needed warns CDP
Solar Team Great Britain hopes to raise up to £26,000 to develop solar supercar to win the World Solar Challenge Race, held in Australia later this year
Government response to EFRA Committee's report acknowledges flooding risk but says there is no need for "substantial structural change" to flooding strategy
Less gimmicks and more meaningful innovation and collaboration will spell success for European solar, argues First Solar's Stefan Degener