With support for a US cap-and-trade scheme growing attention is turning to how carbon credits should be allocated. Clark Williams-Derry argues auctioning for one and all is the way to go
An economy-wide cap on climate warming emissions – our preferred climate policy – has one enormous sticking point: once the cap is in place, who gets the right to pollute? That's the core of the debate...
'Reverse vending machine' is now operating in Iceland's Fulham store in London, as part of six month trial
Take a leaf from Kipling's book and remember to ask the right questions about new plastic-free products, argues Bunzl's Joanna Gilroy
Global first as carbon credits generated from two forest conservation projects are officially recognised by the country's government
Electricity consumption doubled in the last six months with the trajectory likely to continue, says PwC economist