The US, India and China pledge support for international deal to curb use of Mercury – a deal that bodes well for Copenhagen
After years of deadlock, an international deal to reduce global mercury levels is imminent after the US dropped its Bush-era opposition to the proposed new rules and pledged to take a "leading role" in...
Natural England's latest People and Nature survey found four in ten people are spending more time in natural spaces since the pandemic began
As many as 55 banks and financial firms including Standard Chartered and Amalgamated Bank have already committed to setting climate targets under the new system
The energy giant is aiming to slash greenhouse gas emissions and air travel while electrifying most of its vehicle fleet by 2030
The energy regulator's new net zero advisory group is a welcome development, but not having government housing ministers among its membership is a major oversight, argues Good Energy's Kit Dixon