E3G's Ed Matthew argues the UK's plummeting domestic energy efficiency installation rates can be reversed, but only if a serious Treasury rethink is undertaken
In a historic move, the UK became the first major economy in the world last month to set a net zero target in legislation. Yet the scale of the challenge ahead was set out in stark relief last week...
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