LSE study predicts modest carbon tax would increase consumer prices by just 0.9 per cent, while driving emission cuts
A "modest" uniform carbon tax of £20 a tonne would have a negligible impact on consumer prices, according to a new study that attempts to make the case for wider adoption of carbon pricing policies. ...
CBI and TUC write joint letter warning PM "we cannot overstate the gravity of this crisis for firms and working people"
Dominic Emery, VP for strategic planning at BP, suggests sizeable chunk of firm's existing oil and gas resources could remain in the ground as it invests in new business models
In a rebuke of the Trump administration's 'energy-first' agenda, a judge rules greenhouse gas emissions must be considered
Cutting carbon intensity of its power, championing living wages, and building out EV infrastructure will all support Sustainable Development Goals, says energy giant