A UK firm is planning to this year deliver the first facility in Europe capable of turning a wastewater plant's sewage into a source of 'carbon neutral', clean burning biocoal
The process for turning organic matter into carbon neutral biocoal may be over 100 years old, but could it be about to enjoy a commercial breakthrough that promises to slash carbon emissions from sewage...
Power network operator seeks public feedback on ambitious five year green grid investment programme
Lawyers allege European Central Bank's quantitative easing programme undermines the EU’s emission reduction commitments because it favours high emitting companies
Deal aims to shore-up Drax's wood pellet supply chain as it sets sights on global biomass and carbon capture growth
Falling out of fashion: How growing environmental concerns could jeapordise the future of the fast fashion sector
New UBS analysis warns consumption of fast fashion items is likely to decline by up to 30 per cent over the coming decade as consumers increasingly embrace more sustainable fashion choices