UK government once again forced to defend its plans to tackle air pollution in face of ClientEarth legal challenge
The UK government is back in court once again today to defend its plan to cut air pollution across England against a challenge from environmental law firm ClientEarth. It is the third time the UK government...
Thousands of businesses advised on steps they should take to 'minimise any disruption in the event of a no-deal Brexit'
Deloitte predicts demand for plug-in vehicles is set to soar over the coming decade, as costs fall and barriers to adoption come down, but can the auto industry navigate a challenging transition?
Renewable Energy Association to assess potential role for bioenergy - including biomass, green gas and energy from waste - in meeting UK climate targets
Subsidies for coal, oil and gas are not falling despite EU pledges to tackle climate change