As the full impact of Defra's £300m budget cuts come to light, green groups accuse the government of slashing essential business support programmes
Having delivered cuts in both business carbon emissions and waste going to landfill of almost three million tonnes since its launch in 2005, the National Industrial Symbiosis Programme (NISP) had been...
EU diplomats said to be seeking level playing field for clean energy targets in any backstop arrangement as part of efforts to avoid hard border on island of Ireland
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Green lawyers claim plans to convert Selby coal units to gas power risk locking in high carbon infrastructure that could undermine UK's climate commitments
ScottishPower's Keith Anderson responds to suggestions its green power transition has been misleadingly reported