Brussels hints retrospective solar import tariffs could be in the cards as officials start tracking import data
The simmering trade dispute between the EU and China over subsidies for solar technologies ratcheted up another notch yesterday after it emerged that EU customs officials have been instructed to record...
Environment Agency hints at fresh crackdown on water pollution as new data shows 'far too many serious pollution incidents' recorded last year
10:10's Leo Murray welcomes the government's green blitz, but warns it urgently needs to be backed up with more policy action
Chair of Environmental Audit Committee Mary Creagh writes to Chancellor Philip Hammond to ask where is the government's promised call for evidence on proposed plastic tax?
Business Secretary Greg Clark announces backing for UK agri-food innovation in robotics, AI and data science to boost farming supply chain resilience and productivity