Campaigners say agreement after two days of talks in Brussels allows for more fish to be caught than is sustainable
Fishing fleets will be allowed to extract more fish from European waters than scientists advise is safe next year, after two days and nights of negotiations in Brussels on the EU's fishing quotas. But...
Campaigners warn leaving the single market leaves UK environmental legislation vulnerable to erosion
Is Britain heading for a green Brexit or a dirty one? May has left the green economy no wiser
Addressing delegates at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Chinese premier Xi Jinping says tackling climate change is a "responsibility" countries must assume to protect future generations
Tenders to be invited within weeks for an envisaged 10GW of renewables projects as kingdom seeks to diversify economy beyond oil