Rome food summit ends in impasse, as supporters of biofuels insist ethanol subsidies are not driving food price rises
UN talks on how to tackle the global food crisis ended in deadlock last night with no agreement reached on how best to address the impact increased demand for first generation biofuels is having on food...
Without environmental standards enshrined within Withdrawal Agreement, green experts fear Boris Johnson's new Brexit deal leaves the door open for a deregulatory blitz
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Office for National Statistics estimates value of Britain's natural capital assets, such as mountains, lakes and fish populations
New IMF managing director Kristalina Georgieva says climate risk should be 'front and centre' of the financial body's work