Controversial fuel crops linked to rising food prices and hunger, as well as increased greenhouse gas emissions
British firms have acquired more land in Africa for controversial biofuel plantations than companies from any other country, a Guardian investigation has revealed. Half of the 3.2m hectares (ha) of biofuel...
REA's James Court considers how the Britain's political upheaval will affect the clean energy sector
London-based recycling operation backed by WRAP appoints administrators EY to lead search for new buyer
US's 2050 carbon reducton target incompatible with plans for 19 natural gas pipelines in Appalachian Basin, argues green group report
Low-carbon business can create jobs and support Britain’s post-Brexit economy, according to the UK’s leading trade union body