The answer is 'no', but the budget could still provide an important boost to some areas of the green economy
Will Chancellor George Osborne deliver a positive budget for the green economy on Wednesday? The answer can best be described by the amusing little online acronym that runs QTWTAIN, which stands for "questions...
The 40-foot electric bus travelled 1,101.2 miles on a single charge, outstripping the previous record of 1,013.76 miles held by a passenger EV
At Climate Week in New York a slew of new commitments from some of the world's largest food suppliers, processors and retailers suggest action on food waste is finally taking off
Green Alliance is planning a new tech task force to focus on the interventions needed to enhance the UK's 'industry 4.0' capability to deliver low carbon and resource efficient growth - Caterina Brandmayr and Susanne Baker explain why
Last week's Environmental Industries Commission Summit offered a timely insight into the green economy's on-going Brexit concerns