Spanish government suspends payments for new solar, wind and biomass plants, as Germany mulls further feed-in tariff changes
Spain has been forced to put its green energy subsidy scheme on ice in response to its continuing debt crisis, insisting the move will not derail efforts to meet ambitious EU renewable energy targets....
Lendlease's Paul King argues the capital is crying out for a mayor that can deliver genuinely green infrastructure and perhaps even a Garden City
Former Norwegian Environment Minister in line to take over from out-going UNEP chief Achim Steiner
Lord Krebs argues the scientific community needs to become more assertive in its challenging of media misinformation on climate change
Water scarcity is a major threat to economic growth and social stability around the world, according to new report