Project approval bottlenecks mean fewer UN-approved carbon credits than expected will be available in the run-up to 2012
The UN Environment Programme (UNEP) has reportedly revised downward the number of certified emission reductions (CERs) it expects to be issued by UN-approved carbon reduction projects in the coming years,...
From renewables 'revenue stacking' to new nuclear: Five key takeaways from Aurora Energy Research's annual get-together
Experts, CEOs, and policy wonks from across the UK energy sector descended on Oxford for Aurora Energy Research's Spring Forum this week - here's your need to know guide
Think tank welcomes Defra's post-Brexit farming subsidy plan, but says more focus needed on sustainable food production
Gareth Redmond King's recent trip to the Arctic opened his eyes to how changes to the region's climate is set to impact life around the world
EU Council call on the European Commission to produce mid-century roadmap for emissions reduction