E-waste, chemicals and recycling rules at forefront of initiative to cut “red tape” estimated to cost businesses £1bn over five years
Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman has rejected accusations the government is watering down environmental protections as part of its controversial Red Tape Challenge exercise, after announcing plans...
Number of people working in renewables could hit 24 million by 2030, experts predict
Chemicals giant snaps up in oil and gas assets in a deal that completes DONG's transformation into a "leading, pure play renewables company"
Despite pressure from activist shareholders, investors in the oil giant roundly reject proposals to establish emissions targets
Institutional investors expect massive jump in the use of environmental, social and governance strategies over the next two years - but will sceptics, skills shortages and a lack of hard data stall market take-off?