Rather than protecting big business from the impact of Brexit, government should do more to support the low-carbon transition during this turbulent time, argues Molly Scott Cato
The government seems to be veering increasingly towards a ‘hard' Brexit. But the economic illiteracy of such a position was demonstrated recently by the government hinting that it will shield selective...
Defra applies for deadline extension that would enable it to publish air quality plan after the General Election
Wyoming, America's biggest coal producer, also tops rankings of nation's new renewables capacity, study shows
National Grid announces UK likely to enjoy its first ever working day without any coal used on the grid, thanks to growing volumes of renewables on the system
A new book edited by Paul Hawken offers the promise of solving, not just slowing, the climate crisis via a suite of technologies and practices that are available now