New study warns particulate matter from Chinese coal and transport led to over 400,000 premature deaths in 2013
The huge scale of the public health impacts caused by air pollution in China have been laid bare this week, as a major new study suggests particulate matter from coal burning caused 366,000 premature deaths...
But critics remain concerned over proposals for extensive use of statutory instruments and unanswered questions about how rules will be enforced
Charging infrastructure is the major barrier to rolling out all-electric taxis in London, according to findings from six-month Uber study
IRENA report confirms 'strongest year ever for new capacity additions', as 161GW of clean power deployed
Some 10 per cent of all homes and a quarter of all businesses now host smart meters, official government figures show