Protests continue to dog Cuadrilla as councils demand up to 10 per cent of profits for hosting drilling sites
Fresh protests over shale gas exploration have heaped more troubles on energy company Cuadrilla, as it emerged councils want a bigger share of the incentives paid to communities hosting fracking. This...
The UK can be a leader in green shipping, argues UK Chamber of Shipping chief executive Bob Sanguinetti
Canteens at firm's New York and New Jersey offices will boost number of plant-based meal options, cutting out meat entirely every Monday
Global survey by Amnesty International finds climate change leads as the most commonly cited concern among young adults
Power firm plans to use bioenergy with carbon capture and storage to remove more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere than it generates