New government adviser warns that the public has got to stop saying no to everything and accept new wind farms and other renewables
The country could face significant blackouts by 2016, according to a newly appointed government adviser. Speaking to the BBC in an unofficial capacity ahead of his appointment as a special adviser...
Calls grow for Chancellor to move UK electric vehicle adoption into the fast lane, as charging infrastructure investment takes a step forward
Global green fund gets back on track with $1bn splurge, but US vetoed a project that would have loaned $100m to China
Supermarket to offer range of mince pies and desserts that avoid palm oil, as it closes in on goal of eliminating the controversial ingredient from its own-brand ranges by April next year
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