The draft Repeal Bill published today provides few assurances over how green laws will be enforced and parliamentary scrutiny enacted
It is a 66-page document chock-full of legalese and procedural issues, but the Repeal Bill - once referred to as 'Great', but now not so much - largely fails to provide the assurances sought by green groups...
Kicking off in April, Extreme E aims to highlight the impacts of climate change and promote electric vehicles via a series of races in remote and extreme locations
Acquisition would see Shell add Ubitricity's 2,700 on-street EV charge points in the UK to its broader network of forecourt and motorway service station charging infrastructure
Energy regulator argues National Grid should be stripped of responsibility for managing Britain's power grid due to conflict of interest concerns
UK, Egypt, Bangladesh, Malawi, the Netherlands and Saint Lucia among nations endorsing new principles for climate adaptation as world leaders gather for first ever summit focused solely on issue today