ClientEarth's James Thornton says asking courts to issue rulings that force polluters to change their behaviour could be the way forward in the tricky arena of climate-related litigation
It’s hard to fight a climate change case. First you need to convince the court to accept that human-caused climate change does indeed exist. Then you need to persuade it that this anthropogenic climate...
BEIS Committee slams government's 'turbulent' policy support for carbon capture, storage and utilisation (CCUS) technologies
UK based practice behind Facebook's new pioneering London HQ confirms plan to slash emissions 21 per cent by 2022
Developer of electric pick-up trucks and off road vehicles to work with Ford to boost auto giant's expanding EV line-up
Think tank calls for mass woodland planting drive, a ban on peatland burning, and a focus on low carbon farming methods in new report - but is the government listening?