Report warns increased volatility linked to oil prices and declining stocks are putting millions at risk of famine
Food prices are a third higher than this time last year and more upward pressure on prices is expected as a result of increasingly volatile oil prices and greater demand for biofuels. That is the conclusion...
Energy for Humanity's Kirsty Gogan finds the bright side for the green economy in the UK's post-Brexit political landscape
Study by economists say achievement by world’s biggest polluter may be a significant milestone, rather than a blip
Business group urges BEIS to deliver energy and climate polices which show UK remains open for low carbon investment throughout Brexit negotiations and beyond
Planned nuclear sites in North Wales should only go ahead if government can prove development is 'value for money', as Business Secretary Greg Clark visits Japan to fan investor interest in UK nuclear projects