Government response to EFRA Committee's report acknowledges flooding risk but says there is no need for 'substantial structural change' to flooding strategy
MPs today have criticised the government's "cursory" response to a major report on flood risk released late last year by the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee (EFRA). The Committee members...
Sustainability director Simon Boas Hoffmeyer reveals how the drinks giant is aiming to deliver a zero carbon footprint, while brewing up some new green products in the process
Swiss shoppers will soon be able to purchase burgers and meatballs made from mealworms after change to food safety rules
Leaving the customs union could prompt our 'screwdriver operations' manufacturing sector to fall apart
Green Party MEP Molly Scott Cato sets out why remaining in the customs union is so vital for the UK's manufacturing economy
Its new owners Macquarie insist it has a plan to use the bank to invest heavily in pioneering green infrastructure, but plenty are still suspicious of the sale