As council scraps microchipped wheelie bin trial, government insists it will push ahead with planned pay-as-you-throw pilot schemes
The government has insisted it is to press ahead with pilot schemes for testing micro-chipped wheelie bins, despite a decision from one council to scrap the technology amidst accusations that it failed...
Attempts to establish a fracking industry have made slow progress while costing the UK taxpayer more than £32m, a report from the National Audit Office has found
UN climate talks in Glasgow will be an 'everyone in' COP, Claire Perry O'Neill tells BusinessGreen Leaders Summit
Jo Swinson tells delegates at the Business Green leaders' summit Party is working on proposals for new legislation requiring businesses to engage with supply chain responsibilities
Concerted action, on a massive scale, is urgently needed to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement, argues Benedikt Sobotka the Global Battery Alliance - and energy storage could hold the key