Indian steel giant aiming to cut carbon emissions 25 per cent by 2020
The Tata Steel Group is aiming to reduce its carbon emissions by 10 per cent by 2012 and 25 per cent by 2020, according to the company's managing director. HM Nerurkar told the Reuters news agency...
Treasury would be re-badged as Department for Economic Transformation, while new Carbon Chancellor would lead both re-named Department and new Department for the Green new Deal
Manifestos should go beyond the coal power phase-out, and commit to making the UK truly coal-free, argues campaign group Sandbag
New equipment is expected to slash the restaurant's waste levels by 13 per cent
New analysis reveals targets covering air pollution, water quality, recycling, tree planting, renewable energy and biodiversity are all on track to be missed in the coming years