Instead of Hinkley being the start of a "new wave" of British nuclear stations, it should mark the end of a long and sorry saga
This week has been something of a rerun of the heady days of high summer for the energy industry. Not only have we had the kind of baking heat more suited to mid-July than mid-September, but the will-they-won't-they...
Natural beauty retailer reveals its Cork Pot sequesters more than 33 times its weight in carbon dioxide
Better transport policies targeting taxes at the most polluting vehicles would improve air quality, argues Bright Blue's William Nicolle
Demonstrator project will explore whether solar can directly supply power to railways' traction systems
Huge numbers of tiny particles of plastics in water supplies are unlikely to post serious health risk, but data is 'extremely limited' UN health body warns