Investigation indicates UK shoppers may be indirectly and unknowingly consuming wild fish in their farmed fish products
The UK's leading supermarkets are being accused of "turning a blind eye" to environmentally destructive fishing practices linked to the farmed seafood they sell, after a study found consumers may be unknowingly...
Rewriting the green growth rule book: How environmental regulation could help fast track the UK's economic recovery
Aldersgate Group makes the case that 'ambitious, well-designed and properly enforced environmental regulations' can drive the UK's economic prosperity in new analysis
Research argues over £10bn of funding for a massive programme of green apprenticeships would boost jobs and prospects for younger people in the UK
Laura Sandys and Josh Buckland set out a targeted set of changes on Whitehall they argue are needed to drive the UK's monumental transition ahead
The deaths occurred during two severe heatwaves over past two decades, while climate change also caused $9bn of damages in a series of extreme floods, University of Oxford study finds