Global first as carbon credits generated from two forest conservation projects are officially recognised by the country's government
Damning assessment of MoJ's sustainability performance from Environmental Audit Committee prompts fresh departmental plans
The fast-improving science of event attribution means lawyers, insurers, architects, and town planners will need to plan for climate change - or face legal consequences
Official figures confirm sector grew nearly eight per cent in 2015, as industry contributed £63bn to UK economy
France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Romania and the UK to all face European Court of Justice over failure to tackle air pollution
Written Statement sets out plans to accelerate fracking development, as critics accuse ministers of undermining green rhetoric
Climate Commissioner Miguel Arias Canete declares 'now is not the time for complacency' as he confirms EU will aim for net zero emissions by 2050
BREAKING: House of Lords inflicts yet another body blow on the government's Withdrawal Bill, approving amendment insisting environmental standards and powers are upheld after Brexit
Government hints cap on power plants to be dropped, as analysis of CfD auctions concludes rule changes for 'fuelled technologies' drove up costs
Government scheme to boost green heating has failed to deliver value for money or adequate decarbonisation, Committee of MPs conclude
Environmental Audit Committee calls for urgent plan to boost green investment and close Clean Growth Strategy 'policy gap'
RenewableUK's Luke Clark argues that the marine energy sector is on the cusp of a major cost reduction drive
Government announces NOK 80m additional funding for 2018 to cover studies of CO2 transport, storage and up to two capture facilities
New report sets out series of recommendations for delivering a 'just transition'
Labour's Alex Sobel suggests a course of action that might help policymakers and biomass power firms see the wood for the trees
Why would anyone want regulatory enforcement mechanisms to be weakened, unless they expected to break the law?
Former ministers condemn new body's lack of power for legal action against government
Research from four universities and Green Alliance argues UK climate policy has ignored resource use, but better manufacturing and design could help the government meet upcoming carbon budgets
Plug-in hybrids can already meet the government's proposed 2040 goal - there is no need for loopholes
Ministers should tell the auto industry it has confidence in their R&D efforts - a ban on new hybrids from 2040 is eminently achievable
WWF's Gareth Redmond-King argues that when you look at the UK's current energy infrastructure trends there is no need to respond to the coal phase out with a new 'dash for gas'
As negotiations in Bonn result in minimal progress on rules for the Paris Agreement, delegates look to political leaders to break the deadlock
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Final draft of Environment Plan strengthens medium-term green targets and confirms goal to make capital a 'zero carbon city'
Liverpool Mayor among signatories to letter urging stronger planning measures to boost energy efficient homes