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...
Jobs in UK solar fall by an estimated 32 per cent in 12 months following subsidy cuts, with recovery hopes now pinned on new build installations, overseas expansion and satellite technologies such as battery storage
Khan reveals application for new type of supply licence that would promote use of low carbon energy across the capital's public sector
Organisations launch five-point action plan to boost business collaboration and customer awareness of food waste reduction efforts
New study shows captured CO2 has an inherent chemical fingerprint depending on its source, making it easier to ensure gas is safely stored