Surplus of over 16 billion tonnes of CO2 in first two Kyoto periods puts carbon targets at risk
The giant surplus of carbon credits currently swamping the global carbon market may never recede, removing any hope of reducing global emissions without a significant increase in national emission reduction...
New figures reveal carbon footprint of the new polymer £5 note is 16 per cent lower than the old paper note, while the new £10 note's footprint is eight per cent lower
Green Party co-leader argues the Greens played a key role in denying Theresa May a majority and helped delay government fracking and aviation expansion plans
He may differ from conventional politicians, but the Green Party co-leader understands the importance of offering a positive economic vision
Ofgem's Andy Burgess explains the thinking behind the watchdog's sweeping new plans to enable a cleaner and more flexible energy system