Key parliamentary vote postponed as political wrangling impacts crucial bill
South Korea's long-awaited carbon trading legislation has again been delayed, after a key parliamentary vote scheduled for today was put back. According to Reuters' reports, the bill is yet to go in...
Number of global clean energy jobs up five per cent, but EU employment in renewables falls, IRENA reports
UKIP energy spokesperson Roger Helmer claims EU policies drive up energy prices, force carbon-intensive industries offshore and mandate the closure of ‘perfectly good’ coal-fired power stations
Cash from Department for Transport will be used to back 23 greener transport projects across the UK
What does the challenge of building prosperity in an age of environmental limits mean for the business community?