Oil giant insists legal action does not pose a material risk, but cases again highlight potential threat posed by environmental litigation
Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell has confirmed, for the third year running, that it has faced legal action over its contribution to climate change. However, it stressed that the cases were dismissed and that...
President promises to fast-track environmental permitting processes, as reports suggest oil pipelines are set to receive a boost
From support for electric cars to promises to tackle the skills crunch, there is a lot for green businesses to like in the government's proposed strategy - but does it go far enough?
To mark the 10th anniversary of BusinessGreen this year's Leaders Awards will be bigger and better than ever, as we celebrate the UK's most exciting green businesses
EPA instructed to freeze grant funding for research, air pollution monitoring, and water quality testing among other programmes