Greenpeace accuses Theresa May of wanting to 'silence concerns with a wad of cash' as Labour and Green party join attack
Environmental campaigners have accused the government of trying to bribe the public to accept fracking, after Theresa May unveiled plans to give households cash payments worth thousands of pounds if shale...
The Pope gave the US President his thoughts on climate change, but they are going to need some notes in the margins
Number of people working in renewables could hit 24 million by 2030, experts predict
Chemicals giant snaps up in oil and gas assets in a deal that completes DONG's transformation into a "leading, pure play renewables company"
Despite pressure from activist shareholders, investors in the oil giant roundly reject proposals to establish emissions targets