Ministers need look no further than thriving green industries if they want to trumpet some good news, argues Will Nichols
Imagine, if you will, a country going through financial turmoil. I know this may be difficult, but give it a try. Let's say this country we've conjured up is indeed a very troubled land, one whose economy...
Chair of the Environment Agency, Emma Howard Boyd's, speech to the Climate Action Society at University College London - in full
On Friday demonstrators will protest against 'negligent' climate change education
The levy will make polluters report and pay for their emissions, but experts say the starting rate is too low to spur a rapid shift to clean energy
White & Case lawyer Mark Clarke lifts the lid on the pioneering climate lawsuits taking courts around the world by storm