Environmental Protection Agency cranks up inspections and scraps controversial scheme that promised businesses reduced environmental inspections in return for voluntary pollution commitments
The Environmental Protection Agency has got rid of a controversial Bush-era environmental programme designed to reward companies that signed up to voluntary pollution reduction with a less-rigorous inspection...
New study predicts that despite pledges to tackle plastic waste, UK is still on track to throwaway a third more coffee cups by 2030
Parliament celebrates deep cuts in greenhouse gas emissions, as it marks Earth Hour 2018
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