The £3bn would be better spent on providing access to attractive countryside, protecting wildlife and cutting greenhouse gases
UK farming subsidies are shortchanging the public that pay them by billions of pounds a year in lost environmental and social benefits, according to a major new study. But reforming the system to ensure...
'There's no point having a nice pension if you haven't got a world to live in' warns former Energy and Climate Secretary
New plans for a tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay are 'credible and financially viable', according to report for Swansea Council
Sustained efforts are needed to deploy more renewables and improve electricity access for world's poorest, progress report warns
Charitable foundations and philanthropists should funnel their cash into environmental action, say 11 of the UK's leading scientists