Waiting to tackle the problem until 2020 when a global emissions cutting deal is in place could require a carbon price of $100 per ton
Waiting to tackle emissions until 2020 when a global agreement is due to be in place will be far more costly than taking action today, according to new research published this week. Keeping to the internationally...
Shadow Chancellor sketches out vision for an 'environmentally sustainable' economy in step with the global trend towards government intervention
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Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade, Europe, Energy and Climate Change, Barry Gardiner, speech to Labour Party Conference - in full
Prime Minister Narendra Modi announces his government will ratify the climate agreement on Gandhi's birthday