Private Members Bill scheduled for crucial third reading next month
The campaign to shift the UK's clocks forward an hour to ensure lighter evenings and help cut carbon emissions secured another victory last week, as the Daylight Saving Bill sailed through its latest committee...
Leading experts from across the green economy offer their take on what should be included in the first UK Environment Act in over 20 years
EXCLUSIVE: Government to highlight how it hopes to promote the green economy through the first annual Green Great Britain Week
People are divided over whether business, government or individual should be responsible for green action, according to Legal & General Investment Management poll
Ignore the National Infrastructure Commission = cutting carbon without the help of nuclear is a risky business, argues Tom Greatrex of the Nuclear Industry Association