As officials claim talks remain on track, developing nations claim richer countries leaving them short changed
It was a case of two steps forward, two steps back for international negotiations on climate change this weekend, after the announcement that the EU had reached a deal to finalise its own carbon legislation...
Energy Networks Association and National Grid reveal plans to harness green and flexible energy technologies through latest innovation strategies
Report: Four drinks brands accused of driving upwards of half a million tonnes of plastic waste annually
Tearfund estimates that the open burning of companies’ plastic products in six focus countries spews roughly 4.6 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent into the atmosphere each year.
Transaction includes Solarcentury's partnership with IKEA and is aimed at allowing firm to focus on utility-scale projects
Auto trade bodies call for 'some adjustment to timing' of EU CO2 standards, as White House seeks to weaken fuel efficiency rules in US