Chancellor hints he could water down UK’s ambitious carbon targets
George Osborne has vowed the UK will not lead the rest of Europe in its efforts to cut carbon emissions, raising the prospect that the country's carbon targets could be watered down if the EU does not...
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Five-year research programme finds that 'food-based digestate' from anaerobic digestion is an effective source of nitrogen, allowing farmers to cut use of bagged fertilisers
Key ICAO committee recommends adoption of carbon standard for aircraft, as pressure on aviation industry to support Paris Agreement mounts