Japan promises to provide $2bn in new funding for biodiversity protection in attempt to end Nagoya stand-off
Environment ministers from nearly 200 countries today arrived at the UN biodiversity summit in Japan, amid calls for them to break the deadlocks that threaten to scupper efforts to agree a new international...
Co-working giant has told global staff it won't serve meat in its buildings or reimburse meals on expenses where meat was eaten, in a bold bid to cut emissions
New Green Party report warns surge in waste incineration levels mean valuable materials are going up in flames
Green Alliance's Libby Peake argues UK steel sector can carve a profitable niche with a climate-friendly product, but it needs government help to get there
Bumper six months for wind power in Spain means low carbon sources contributed 67.5 per cent of country's generation