Brussels unlikely to take action, despite probe reportedly concluding that Chinese companies breached WTO rules
The EU has reportedly warned Beijing it has evidence Chinese solar companies are receiving illegal subsidies, but it is unlikely to take immediate action for fear of reigniting the recent trade spat with...
White House underlines early commitment to ending 'harmful and unnecessary policies such as the Climate Action Plan and the Waters of the US rule'
Prince of Wales' Corporate Leaders Group calls on government to bolster green sectors in upcoming industrial strategy, expected to launch early next week
Minister was speaking at the launch of a new partnership between Ford and TfL, which will see firms across the capital trial plug-in hybrid vans for cleaner deliveries
Fund will protect five million hectares of forest and could lead to more than $1.6bn of deforestation-free agriculture investments