Researchers say a new way to estimate the size and value of catches shows the extent of looting of Africa
Just nine per cent of the millions of tonnes of fish caught by China's giant fishing fleet in African and other international waters is officially reported to the UN, say researchers using a new way to...
New study predicts that despite pledges to tackle plastic waste, UK is still on track to throwaway a third more coffee cups by 2030
Parliament celebrates deep cuts in greenhouse gas emissions, as it marks Earth Hour 2018
From renewables 'revenue stacking' to new nuclear: Five key takeaways from Aurora Energy Research's annual get-together
Experts, CEOs, and policy wonks from across the UK energy sector descended on Oxford for Aurora Energy Research's Spring Forum this week - here's your need to know guide
Think tank welcomes Defra's post-Brexit farming subsidy plan, but says more focus needed on sustainable food production