European Council provides final rubberstamp for EU emissions trading scheme backloading, but campaigners promise to step up calls for wider reforms
The price of carbon in the EU emissions trading scheme (ETS) is set to rise next year, after the European Council yesterday granted final approval to plans to delay the auctioning of 900 million carbon...
A challenge against Malcolm Turnbull, triggered by the collapse of a key energy policy, shows an anti-Paris faction is on the rise in Australia's governing party
Landsec confirms that a year on from completing the installation of the UK retail sector's largest solar project it has cut electricity demand from the grid by 22 per cent
Campaigners and doctors set up 'sick bays' to highlight diesel emissions health risks
Budget supermarket will use clear plastic trays for fruit and vegetables from this month, which can be more easily recycled than black counterparts