Latest report from Commonwealth think tank argues subsidy reforms and carbon taxes could see a quarter of UK land returned to nature
The government's flagship Environment Bill with its proposals to reform agricultural subsidies to help restore biodiversity and boost environmental services may have fallen victim of the controversial...
There are similarities between the coronavirus and the climate emergencies, but what should really scare us are the differences
COP26 delay offers UK more time to wield diplomatic muscle to push for global ambition, says Environmental Audit Committee chair Philip Dunne
Key architect of the 2008 Climate Change Act returns to frontline politics, as Sir Keir Starmer unveils Labour's new front bench team