Redeployment of 400 staff jeopardises vital work protecting wildlife and overseeing recycling, pollution and flood prevention
Hundreds of staff who protect biodiversity and enforce environmental regulations in the UK have been redeployed to work on Brexit. The raid on staff from the Environment Agency, which is responsible...
Retailer steps up deforestation campaign after its Christmas advert was deemed too political for TV
Green energy supplier receives third party approval to assure customers its biogas is not made using animal by-products
Coal, oil and gas subsidies risking rise in global temperatures to 3.2C, well beyond agreed Paris goal
The Brexit negotiations are reaching their first major crunch point, and for the green economy there are no good, safe options available