Sources confirm NGOs would be prepared to break new Lobbying Bill rules designed to restrict political debate in run up to election
Some of the UK's green NGOs could be willing to break the law if the government passes its controversial Lobbying Bill in its current form. Fears are mounting across the NGO and think tank sector that...
Richard Betts of the University of Exeter considers the risks Glastonbury could face from escalating climate impacts
Inaugural Summit to bring together thought leaders from across the green economy to mark BusinessGreen's 10th anniversary and discuss the future of sustainable business
As the government signs its controversial deal with the DUP, new stats show how Northern Ireland is emerging as a clean power hub
New inspection regime will target lorry drivers and operators attempting to cheat vehicle emissions standards