DECC officials argue 'dodgy' costings are driven by surge in demand for solar feed-in tariffs
Climate change minister Greg Barker has again warned it would be "catastrophic" to delay deep cuts to feed-in tariffs until April 2012, admitting his department massively underestimated the costs the scheme...
'Cradle to cradle' jeans are made with sustainable materials and will retail for just €29
Ministers plan to cut air pollution by phasing out house coal, enforcing new emission limits, and curbing sale of wet wood for home stoves
More corporates are investing in and scaling up to 100 per cent renewable power - but how should businesses start out on the clean electricity path?
More than 2,000 UK adults were quizzed by YouGov on climate impacts, renewables, litigation, green investment and fossil fuels - BusinessGreen rounds up the results