Carbon market faces months of uncertainty after controversial court decision sets precedent that could see six other countries raise their emission caps
The price of carbon in the EU emissions trading scheme (ETS) slipped more than 2.5 per cent to €13.35 (£12.21) yesterday, after a European court overturned European Commission caps on the amount of carbon...
Plastic shrink-wrap to hold multipack cans together is to be be replaced with sustainably sourced cardboard
Without tackling inequality, achieving the rest of the Sustainable Development Coals will be almost impossible, argues Ben Martin at the Green Economy Coalition
Troubled Brexit negotiations could result in weakening green standards and reduction in Europe's diplomatic influence on climate action, new study warns
Former Energy and Clean Growth Minister to give one of her first major speeches since UK was confirmed as co-host for the crucial COP26 Summit in Glasgow