Slow journey times mean airships are highly unlikely to replace passenger jets, but, as Danny Bradbury discovers, a flotilla of new companies are convinced that low-fuel costs mean the old-fashioned aircraft could have huge appeal to freight operators
You may think the grand old days of airships are long gone, but with concern over aviation's carbon emissions mounting, a group of small companies is trying to bring them back in a reinvented form. ...
Calls grow for Chancellor to move UK electric vehicle adoption into the fast lane, as charging infrastructure investment takes a step forward
Global green fund gets back on track with $1bn splurge, but US vetoed a project that would have loaned $100m to China
Supermarket to offer range of mince pies and desserts that avoid palm oil, as it closes in on goal of eliminating the controversial ingredient from its own-brand ranges by April next year
A flurry of stories this week have exposed the chaos at the heart of the UK's plastics recycling system, presenting major risks for businesses