New rules abolish cost caps protecting people from unbridled legal fees when bringing environmental cases - but the government insists individuals will not have to pay above their means
The English legal system has long been respected the world over for its commitment to fairness and equality under the law. But budget cuts have recently left some in the legal profession concerned that...
Latest Defra statistics on the impact of UK consumption on carbon dioxide emissions show decline of 1 per cent between 2013 and 2014
Latest model of the best-selling electric car will come with Nissan's new e-Pedal technology, which allows drivers to speed up, brake and stop with just one foot
The global mining industry produces crucial materials for clean technologies, but many companies are also risking their future business due to heavy dependence on fossil fuels, warn researchers
Sustainability body launches new report designed to help firms deliver 'proportionate EIAs'