Analysts say high use of UN offsets in EU emissions trading scheme suggests industrial gas credits are being ditched before 2013 cut off point
Power plants and factories covered by the EU's emissions trading scheme (EU ETS) used more UN-issued carbon credits to meet their emissions targets last year than ever before, analyst firm Thomson Reuters...
RSPB's Vision 2050 assesses whether UK can meet its climate targets while avoiding damage to wildlife and plant populations
Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity will look at social and economic questions of how to prosper on a finite planet
Renewable energy deals struck with wind and solar developers will mean Chilean capital's transport system will largely run on clean electricity
UK fracking approval is just a staging post in the shale gas journey, the destination remains unknown
Delays, flawed regulations, and PR fiascos have left the shale gas industry facing an uncertain future, despite yesterday's planning victory