Chinese media reports that comprehensive plan for slashing carbon emissions per unit of GDP is in the pipeline
China is moving forward with plans to cut the carbon intensity of its economy by 17 per cent by 2015, according to reports in the state-owned China Daily newspaper that claim a detailed plan for curbing...
We put a man on the moon - we can solve climate change, argues Simon Kelly of Obliquity Group
MPs slam 'inaction' from BEIS after it publishes proposed response to consultation it held nearly three years ago
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The next Prime Minister's 'single greatest responsibility' will be addressing the climate and environment emergency, Environment Secretary warns