New study finds cost savings from energy-efficiency measures even greater than previously thought
The cost savings to the US economy that could be attained through energy-efficiency initiatives are even higher than previously thought, according to new research released last week by the American Council...
Singapore and Hong Kong score highly for private sector readiness to cope with the challenges of climate change
Labour MP for Leeds North West Alex Sobel urges workers to join the prospective strike, scheduled to take place on 27 September
Winning bid of just €50/MWh came from a consortium led by EDF Renewables, Innogy and Enbridge
Carbon pricing could form the policy bedrock for a net zero target, argues Josh Burke