As carbon prices hit record high, France urges commission to go further in war on carbon fraud
The EU launched the latest phase of its clampdown on fraud in the carbon market yesterday, banning any trade in "recycled" carbon credits. The move is designed to avoid a repeat of last month's scandal...
Party pledges to invest £4bn in transforming all 35,000 buses operating in England to run on electricity, while expanding local bus services
Supermarket is hoping to set up support scheme for soy farmers in the Cerrado region of Brazil in a bid to protect native vegetation
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All the winners and highly commended entries from the fifth annual BusinessGreen Technology Awards