Global Action Plan's Trewin Restorick asks why none of the funding earmarked for energy efficiency improvements is being used to actually help engage consumers with the topic
The chief economist of the International Energy Agency has described global policies to promote energy efficiency as an "epic failure" - the ripe low hanging fruit that has failed to be picked. Deeds...
Three quarters of businesses enjoy commercial benefits from going green, according to new research from Barclays
Solar capacity is set to double in Brazil in the course of this year, but for a country just emerging from a brutal recession, challenges remain
It's up to MPs and peers to ensure the Withdrawal Bill helps to ensure a green Brexit, argues Lord Krebs
Retailer teams up with Manufacture 2030 online platform to cut its supply chain emissions and resource use