BusinessGreen brings together the key responses to yesterday's votes on regulating shale gas
Yesterday saw MPs gather in the House of Commons to vote on a crucial stage of the Infrastructure Bill, which aims to accelerate the development of fracking projects and allow for shale gas firms to drill...
Analysis by Centrica argues energy intensive industry and manufacturing could secure major cost and carbon savings through wider use of solar and battery technologies
Scotland is outperforming the rest of the UK on decarbonisation, but major challenges remain across transport, agriculture, forestry and heating, Climate Change Committee warns
Bunzl's Joanna Gilroy asks whether Treasury taxes on single use packaging products can really fix the problem and help to resolve the ocean plastic crisis
Supermarket plans to phase out own brand, single-use plastic packaging within five years, as rival Lidl announces ban on black plastic across fruit and veg range