Norfolk plant to use locally grown sugar beet to produce 70m litres of bioethanol
The UK last week launched its first bioethanol plant in a bid to reduce reliance on non-renewable energy sources and cut carbon emissions. The operation in Wissington, Norfolk, uses energy derived...
Gender diversity should be at the beating heart of the low-carbon transition, argues RenewableUK's Alicia Green
Asda's George clothing label to only use polyester from recycled materials by 2025, as Tesco launches plastic-free veg trial and Pret rolls our water refill points
The news Ineos has lobbied against EU pollution rules provides a further reminder of the huge environmental risks inherent to a 'no deal' Brexit
Draft bill would give government powers to regulate CO2 and create carbon markets, but faces stiff opposition inside and outside Moscow administration