Firm accused of collaborating with Nigerian authorities in execution of environmental campaigners settles out of court
Oil giant Shell has settled a legal action in which it was accused of having collaborated in the execution of writer and journalist Ken Saro-Wiwa out of court, paying $15.5m to 10 plaintiffs. The plaintiffs...
Telco giant says its technologies have helped customers cut their carbon emissions by 11.3 million tonnes
Influential Bright Blue think tank argues there is a compelling economic, political, environmental, and legal case for adopting a binding net zero emission target
Department for Transport confirms extension of plug-in grant scheme and announces global EV summit will take place in Birmingham on September 11
Greener UK's Ruth Chambers explores how a genuinely independent green watchdog could work