Brussels insiders remain optimistic the EU can still pass ambitious 2030 carbon targets, despite a rising tide of scepticism
For the past year at least diplomats, politicians and campaign groups have been preparing for a wave of euro-scepticism to wash over Brussels, in response to fears that an influx of anti-EU politicians...
MPs slam 'inaction' from BEIS after it publishes proposed response to consultation it held nearly three years ago
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The next Prime Minister's 'single greatest responsibility' will be addressing the climate and environment emergency, Environment Secretary warns
E3G's Ed Matthew argues the UK's plummeting domestic energy efficiency installation rates can be reversed, but only if a serious Treasury rethink is undertaken