Last week BusinessGreen questioned whether the high-profile Fish Fight campaign needed to be more focused – Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall responds
This is an interesting and considered article but in the end I fundamentally disagree with the point being made. I don't think we do need to be precise about how the CFP should be reformed. If we had...
LGA calls for more stringent requirements for homes built in high flood-risk areas
There are gains to be made from going green
Low Carbon's Nigel Labram reflects on the first 'test' for the Paris deal and how the investor community can combat the negative effects of climate change
Energy supplier says it will cover the additional costs of switching to renewable electricity to help UK businesses meet their sustainability ambitions