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...
Research shows loss in yields could be offset by reorienting diets away from grain-fed meat
Home improvement giant secures independent approval for new targets aiming to cut both emissions from its operations and how customers use its products
The UK's external trade arrangements after Brexit must be such that they secure the UK's environmental standards and allow them to tighten over time argues Nick Molho at the Aldersgate Group
Energy giant announces investments in home energy management specialist GreenCom Networks and intelligent hot water technology developer Mixergy