The economic argument for tackling climate change grows ever stronger, as Stern reconsiders findings of key 2006 paper
It's been 10 years since the publication of Nicholas Stern's ground-breaking Stern Review, which famously found the costs of inaction on climate change far exceeded the costs of action. Today the former...
Microsoft plans to curb the emissions generated by employees flying from California to Washington by purchasing sustainable aviation fuel credits from fuel company SkyNRG
The government insists its plans are on track, but with just weeks to go before the UK leaves the EU farming subsidy regime, campaigners and farmers alike are 'hugely concerned' about the lack of clarity over what comes next
VIDEO: Sky News climate change correspondent Lisa Holland quizzes Lord Zac Goldsmith, WWF's Tanya Steele and Sky CEO Jeremy Darroch on collaborative action to tackle nature and climate crises ahead of COP26
VIDEO: Professor Rebecca Willis and Involve's Sarah Allan discuss the main takeaways from the UK's first exercise in direct, democratic policymaking