Move towards renewable energy and away from coal power helped stall emissions growth last year but slowdown may be temporary, says oil giant
Carbon emissions stopped growing in 2015 for the first time in 10 years as the world turned its back on coal and embraced energy efficiency and renewable power with increased vigour, according to a new...
Government bid to delay plan until end of June rejected, as court sets new deadline of 4pm on May 9th
EV sales are expected to surge 75 per cent this year, but concerns are growing throughout the world that installation of public fast-charging points may not be keeping pace
Coffee cup recycling scheme involving Costa, Starbucks, Marks & Spencer and financial firms across City of London aims to recycle five million cups by the end of the year
Private pension firm launches new divested fund, as calls mount for Norwegian government to curb public sector pension fund's exposure to fossil fuels