Lord Oxburgh argues it is time for a new approach to CCS that can deliver for the environment, for taxpayers, and for the UK's industrial heartlands
The National Audit Office last week published its report on the government's attempt to develop carbon capture and storage (CCS) in the UK, and with £168m spent to date for a nil return now is surely the...
Gender diversity should be at the beating heart of the low-carbon transition, argues RenewableUK's Alicia Green
Asda's George clothing label to only use polyester from recycled materials by 2025, as Tesco launches plastic-free veg trial and Pret rolls our water refill points
The news Ineos has lobbied against EU pollution rules provides a further reminder of the huge environmental risks inherent to a 'no deal' Brexit
Draft bill would give government powers to regulate CO2 and create carbon markets, but faces stiff opposition inside and outside Moscow administration