Scheme will go ahead from January 1 after case brought by US airlines is dismissed
The EU's plans to charge airlines for carbon emitted during all flights in and out of its airports are legal, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled today. The court upheld a preliminary decision...
Parliament's Environmental Audit Committee urges government to provide certainty over future of EU chemicals regulations post-Brexit
UK government backs tougher limits, which could prevent 20,000 premature deaths across the EU
Most of those working for large US companies expect their CEO to be vocal about environmental and social issues, according to new research, and when it comes to the issues they care about most, renewable energy trumps immigration
Coalition frontbencher calls for Queenslanders to boycott Australia's second-largest bank after it says it will now only lend to mines in established coalfields