Barry Gardiner fears oil firms may be guilty of "a pattern of deliberate misinformation to the public that will one day lead to a successful criminal prosecution against such companies"
Labour's shadow energy and climate change minister, Barry Gardiner, has warned UK oil firms could one day face criminal prosecution if they fail to improve disclosures relating to the climate change risks...
Carbon targets, border taxes, and a climate bank: Von der Leyen promises overhaul of EU net zero efforts
Ahead of key vote, European Commission nominee presents ambitious decarbonisation plans as she seeks to secure backing from MEPs
Independent RSA Commission warns current farming system has exacerbated deforestation, soil degradation, and pollution - but change is possible
Seventy per cent of major firms did not report their land use impact to CDP, increasing likelihood of deforestation
In what could be his last speech as Environment Secretary, Gove will warn there is a political, economic, and moral imperative to tackle the environmental crisis