Department insists cuts will not impact UK efforts to improve climate resilience as responsibility for action shifts across government
The Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) is preparing to cut the number of civil servants working on climate adaptation from over 30 officials to just six, prompting outrage from green...
Planning Inspectorate closes Miller Argent's appeal against decision to block Nant Llesg coal mine expansion
The way we use language matters - no matter what Andrew Neil thinks, it is fair to ask if seas that are meant to be covered by ice can really be called 'ice-plagued'
'People's Manifesto for Wildlife' urges government, businesses, and individuals to wake up to dramaatic decline in UK species
Businesses in the area plan to measure resource consumption, carbon emissions, and air pollution in bid to curb impacts