"Rather than building the low carbon infrastructure fit for the future, the Chancellor has doubled down on building the infrastructure of the past"
Chancellor George Osborne today announced a raft of green policy reforms, ranging from welcome increases to spending on district heat and energy research to steep departmental spending cuts and controversial...
Market forces alone will not be enough to drive widespread adoption of electric vehicles as battery costs unlikely to decline sharply in 2020s, study argues
They are not going to form the next government, but the Green Party manifesto remains a hugely important document
Research led by UN Environment Programme calls for end to coal, oil, and gas subsidy support and increase in climate policy ambition
Environmental issues get only a fleeting mention in largely underwhelming TV debate between the two men vying to be the next Prime Minister