Political nonsense or the rule of law? Apple's €13bn tax bill is a cautionary tale for fossil fuel companies, argues ClientEarth's Sam Bright
As Apple faces a €13bn bill for unpaid taxes, should fossil fuel companies now be shuffling their feet about their own tax breaks? The US tech giant Apple is renowned for its ability to make the mundane...
Scottish Government drafts plan for fully decarbonised electricity sector and 80 per cent low carbon heat supplies by 2032
From beach to bathtub: Procter & Gamble unveils world's first recyclable shampoo bottle made with beach plastic
Bottle will be used by consumer goods giant's largest shampoo brand, Head & Shoulders, in a pilot run in France later this summer
Acquisition aims to bolster corporate power purchase agreement (PPA) services for commercial and industrial companies
UK's first independently certified 100 per cent renewable electricity product hits the energy market with promise to bring a new 'level of rigour' to the green electricity market