Changing policies is fine if it improves the status quo, but scrapping schemes without a back-up plan is the wrong move and will only increase costs in the long-term, argues Jimmy Aldridge.
The Green Deal was a flop. It had underperformed on its original targets and been an embarrassment for the coalition government who introduced it as a flagship scheme. But by stopping it in its tracks...
In what could prove to be a parting gift, Business Secretary Greg Clark announces £80m of funding for electric car and aircraft projects, and unveils a £60m sustainable plastics challenge
BNY Mellon becomes latest high profile investment firm to beef up green fund offering
Directors of the arts organisation pledge to respond to climate emergency with actions across Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Tate Liverpool, and Tate St. Ives
HSBC survey of 2,500 businesses finds efficiency, competition, regulation, and potential for growth are proving major drivers of sustainability investment