Europol estimates carbon credit VAT fraud carried out by organised criminals could have cost EU billions in lost tax revenue
The European police agency Europol has today revealed that the fraudulent trade in carbon credits that affected a number of countries over the past few months is far more widespread than previously thought...
Survey on eco-concerns shows older people more worried about plastic waste, while younger people cite global warming as top green challenge
New MIT study suggests cost of climate policies targeting CO2 reduction will be more than cancelled out by reductions in healthcare costs from air pollution
Preliminary results from Starbucks trial suggests charging customers extra for takeaway cups is an effective way to change behaviour
Robertsbridge's Charles Secrett takes a tour d'horizon across the UK's green economy, and asks if mainstream businesses are ready for the disruption ahead