Flurry of medium and long-term action plans expected to be approved this year
Hungary is reportedly poised to make energy policy one of the defining issues of its EU presidency when it takes up the six-month rotating presidency next month. Energy will be at the top of the agenda...
AECOM's Robert Spencer argues forward-looking companies should spread the word about climate change and its solutions to staff and customers
MPs on the Environmental Audit Committee warn chemical pollution is a growing problem in the UK and argue the government has been slow to act
Only trusted traders will be allowed to install energy efficiency measures under the Energy Company Obligation
Government signals it is 'prepared to intervene' to simplify EV charging payment, as new consultation aims to ensure every new home comes with domestic charge points