Government raises spending cap for small-scale green energy incentives to help prevent feed-in tariff scheme exceeding budget
The government has quietly raised the feed-in tariff spending cap by nearly £200m in a bid to prevent the subsidy scheme exceeding its budget, after re-allocating funds previously earmarked for the Renewables...
Soil Association Certification partners with Carbon Trust to develop new standard to recognise catering firms with exemplary environmental standards
UN launches new social media campaign to boost public support for climate deal ahead of treaty-signing ceremony in April
Drax understood to be considering its options after court rules against case brought over shock removal of Climate Change Levy exemption
To mark the relaunch of the BusinessGreen website after six years, we're asking leading figures for their view on what the green economy will look like in 2022 - first to gaze into their crystal ball is former energy and climate change secretary Ed Davey