A move to formally label the controversial energy source as carbon-intensive is unlikely to be passed or rejected outright
The EU could take the first steps towards labelling oil from Canadian tar sands as carbon-intensive today, making it harder for the bloc to import the fuel. However, observers are predicting the vote is...
Government bid to delay plan until end of June rejected, as court sets new deadline of 4pm on May 9th
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Coffee cup recycling scheme involving Costa, Starbucks, Marks & Spencer and financial firms across City of London aims to recycle five million cups by the end of the year
Private pension firm launches new divested fund, as calls mount for Norwegian government to curb public sector pension fund's exposure to fossil fuels