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...
Annual global survey of chief executives reveals climate-related issues have soared up the agenda of corporate bosses
As the green economy prepares for a decade of action, the UK's largest and most prestigious sustainable business awards is back with a pledge to recognise the pioneers of the green transition
Coalition pledges to plant 100 million trees over next five years by harnessing the wide corporate reach of Mastercard credit card services
Metals giant to integrate all its aluminium assets into a single business committed to delivering carbon neutrality by 2030