Treasury confirms it will fight to keep cut-rate VAT for green goods on domestic but not charitable buildings
The government has confirmed it will fight demands from Brussels to impose the full rate of VAT on green goods installed in homes, but has "reluctantly accepted" charitable buildings will have to pay the...
Ahead of the One Planet Summit the EU has sent an admirable message to those communities that risk losing out as a result of decarbonisation
'Sin taxes' to reverse the rapid global growth in meat eating are likely in five to 10 years, according to a report for investors managing over $4tn
Green groups praise 'another great month for renewables' as wind turbines provide 77 per cent of Scotland's power demand last month
US firm's CEO Michael Nark explains how buildings of all sizes and varieties can save on energy, bills, and emissions