Gazprom confirms it will only supply gas to Ukraine if the country pays upfront for any imports
The scale of the threat to European energy security presented by the escalating tensions between Russia and Ukraine was underlined today, as Russia cut off gas supplies to its neighbour after a payment...
Influential analyst firm reckons growing maturity of electric vehicles could result in oil demand peaking far earlier than industry expects
Co-working giant has told global staff it won't serve meat in its buildings or reimburse meals on expenses where meat was eaten, in a bold bid to cut emissions
New Green Party report warns surge in waste incineration levels mean valuable materials are going up in flames
Green Alliance's Libby Peake argues UK steel sector can carve a profitable niche with a climate-friendly product, but it needs government help to get there