Fears over Japan nuclear plant crisis and German decision to suspend deal extending life of reactors drives up price of EU carbon credits
The price of carbon in the EU emissions trading scheme has climbed more than five per cent today reaching a high of €16.65 (£14.40) a tonne during afternoon trading, as the market responds to the nuclear...
Getting the Paris Agreement to hit ground level needs clarity from government and backing from business
Governments have an important role to play in simplifying the message of the Paris Agreement to investors, argue AECOM's Lawrence Avery and Cambridge Econometrics' Hector Pollitt
Tens of thousands of tonnes of electrical waste is being shipped to Nigeria in clear breach of international rules
Fleet of five electric cargo bikes set off across London to deliver groceries to Sainsbury's customers
Energy firm's suite of products launched this week signposts a UK power, heat and transport system based around managing demand rather than boosting supply