Labour productivity is already being hit by exposure to excessive temperatures, with the impact on the global economy set to reach£1.5tr by 2030
One of the inherent problems of taking action to tackle climate change is often the uncertain nature of the impacts, with reports so full of predictions, projections, estimates and margins of error that...
Campaigners renew calls for bottle deposit scheme in Scotland as images emerge of seabirds poisoned by growing tide of plastic pollution
New inspection regime will target lorry drivers and operators attempting to cheat vehicle emissions standards
Thirteen industry leaders, including Statoil, Siemens, Shell and Iberdrola, launch joint initiative to set emissions cap for new energy capacity
It's a tragedy that it has taken such an awful tragedy to spark a long overdue debate about the excesses of deregulation, argues David Powell