As climate change committee puts finishing touches to first wave of carbon budgets, chairman insist low carbon ambitions must not be diluted
The chairman of the government's climate change committee, Lord Adair Turner, has signalled that the committee will not let the current recession discourage it from recommending demanding carbon budgets...
Like a husband telling a suspicious partner he'll be home on time, Boris Johnson is telling the EU the UK wants to have 'world-class' environmental standards, but it also wants the freedom to change them if it chooses
Nearly 200 top US CEOs from The Business Roundtable set out new definition for the 'purpose of a corporation' that highlights the need for sustainable practices
Malaysia's offer to UK of preferential trading terms if it breaks with EU palm oil standards after Brexit raises alarm bells for environmental experts
Ofgem launches investigation into power cuts following release of initial report from National Grid revealing lightning strike played key role in sparking blackout