Official announces plan to build 2,000MW of new capacity
Iran may have the world's most hazardous energy policy, with its plans to build nuclear power plants risking the onset of global conflagration, but the country is also quietly pursuing a far less controversial...
Government should establish a market for greenhouse gas removals and increase carbon prices for businesses to deliver net zero emissions by 2050, new research suggests
Long-expected move will see plastic drinks straws, stirrers and cotton buds outlawed in England from April 2020
Parliamentary pension currently holds £11.7m of shares in BP and almost £11m in rival oil giant Shell
But the Prime Minster's latest proposals appear to contain no strengthening of her offer on post-Brexit environmental protections