Government confirms £16m paid out to help energy intensive firms cope with the indirect costs of EU Emissions Trading Scheme
Seventeen companies, including Tata Steel, Celsa Steel and chemical firm Ineos Chlor Vinyls, have been handed millions of pounds in compensation by the government to help them cope with the costs of carbon...
National Infrastructure Commission chief executive Phil Graham's speech at the Clean Energy Infrastructure Summit
Brewing giant has made SDG6 central to its water strategy, and is reaping the benefits as a result
Joint statement with institutional investors strengthens oil major's low carbon plans, but critics insist wider targets are needed
P&G set new target to reduce plastic use in European Fabric Care brands by 30 per cent by 2025