Singapore conference opens with warning of trade wars and calls for a global solution to cutting airlines' emissions
Europe is becoming increasingly isolated in the face of growing worldwide opposition to its legislation compelling airlines to pay for carbon emitted during flights in and out of EU airports. China...
Report by Parliament's Public Accounts Committee says poorest billpayers will be hit hardest by 35-year nuclear plant deal and calls for transparent assessment of wider jobs benefits
Pension fund provider introduces green bonds into Diversified Growth Fund
Actual grocery bills may be double that shown on till receipts when environmental and health costs to society from food production are included, research suggests
Energy Technologies Institute launches David Clarke Fellowship in support of future low carbon leaders
New programme launched in honour of ETI's late chief executive Dr David Clarke